Toronto 7 St Thomas | 38.71m | 9s | St. Thomas | Hariri Pontarini

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From tonight. I believe the commercial levels are topped off. I couldn't get a look to see if the mechanical penthouse was topped off yet.
 

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Topped now. Working on the final level with the beautiful curved glazing.
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There are spandrel panels all along the slab edges. But there's nothing wrong with that, since it's so tastefully handled and that's the only place it appears. The fritting is especially effective at easing the transition from solid/spandrels to vision glass.
 
Not that the renderings look bad of this building but the glass has turned out to look better then that of the renderings which suggest a more solid looking white bands around it.
 

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