Well, they're not the only person who shares this feeling. You can also add me to that listI have to admit, I envy your seemingly unsinkable optimism. You've got to be the only person on these boards who sees this block-long inert lump and says "you know, I wish it was A THOUSAND FEET TALLER"
Agreed. Although bland as hell at least this is relatively harmless compared to beauty and the beasts just across the street.What a difference between this and the Daniels Launchpad building across the street. The Daniels building has variety and well thought out details. It brings some sorely needed solidity and texture to an area with too many large expanses of flat glass. It's designed to be seen on foot. The Waterfront Innovation Centre, by contrast, has a monolithic, horizontal-oriented design that's flat and featureless - the characteristics of suburban office parks designed to be seen from cars on a highway.