Ah, lol! I'm fairly certain that the only remaining setbacks are at the roof level, where it steps back into the onion dome.LOL, by "setback" i actually meant physical building setbacks that will shrink the floorplans further up, but thats okay! awesome insider info nonetheless!
No, not at all. That would be ludicrous. At this point, the onion dome is being manufactured, and the installer is already assessing the logistics. It would cost the owner money to cancel it. I would be really surprised if this happened.Are you suggesting that the onion dome might be left out of the final design?
No, not at all. That would be ludicrous. At this point, the onion dome is being manufactured, and the installer is already assessing the logistics. It would cost the owner money to cancel it. I would be really surprised if this happened.
What I'm saying is that the onion dome itself is a potential setback. How exactly will it be installed? How long will it take? It's a BIG issue. A huge question mark.
This building looks like it's only grown a few stories in the last 4 or 5 months. I thought it generally only took about a week per floor. Any idea why this is going to slowly?
Caltrane recently said that Toronto "gets kicked around like an old tin can" and little wonder given the sad state of it's architecture. Most of the tallest buildings in Toronto are featureless rectangles. The CBD is so incredibly focused that the ten tallest buildings in the city are all within a few blocks of each other too. Trump finally provides a little architectural character and personality and gets criticized left right and center for it. It seems that Taranna can't win, although I agree with one thing-the uneven floors do make Trump look a bit weird even though overall I like the building.