1 Yorkville | 183.18m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli

willwu

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Amazing work being completed at the top
 

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If you compare this to that Minto Gar-oject down the street, this is a masterpiece.

Sorry but what an irrelevant response. Who said anything about a Minto project? I'm specifically talking about a design element in a certain part of THIS project. Some people feel they have to respond to everything.
 

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Sorry but what an irrelevant response. Who said anything about a Minto project? I'm specifically talking about a design element in a certain part of THIS project. Some people feel they have to respond to everything.
And somehow calling the cladding "lacklustre" raised the bar on responses here? What was so next-level about your post?
 

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Sorry but what an irrelevant response. Who said anything about a Minto project? I'm specifically talking about a design element in a certain part of THIS project. Some people feel they have to respond to everything.
I didn't mean to reply to you, I wasn't even aware of your post when I wrote about my thought and I didn't quote you or anything. Anyway, maybe it wasn't expressed well so my apology for that.
 

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This is a building that will look decent-to-good in broad daylight with sharp shadows, and extremely mediocre under overcast skies when the cheap window wall becomes much more apparent.

Personally, I wish a slightly more satiny metallic finish was chosen for the extruded panels so they'd still have some definition when it's cloudy. Dark spandrel and window frames for the window wall would have also worked, though that would be a design choice (dark spandrel and the current grey frames would have also worked).
 

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