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Location: Canada

Sharp Centre for Design Photo: Richard Johnson/Interior Images
February 06, 2006 /

Sharp Centre for Design
Alsop Architects
Toronto, Canada

The elevated "table top" extension to the Ontario College of Art and Design, with its striking black and white pixilated skin and 12 multi-colored legs, stands 26 meters above the mixed Victorian and modern streetscape.

Michael Lee-Chin Crystal by Daniel Libeskind in Toronto, Canada. Photo © Royal Ontario Museum
October 19, 2009 /

Michael Lee-Chin Crystal
Daniel Libeskind
Toronto, Canada

The Royal Ontario Museum project set out to renovate ten new galleries in the existing historical building and creating an extension to the museum, now called the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal.

Ryerson Image Centre by Diamond Schmitt Architects in Toronto, Canada
Photo: Tom Arban
December 10, 2012 /

Ryerson Image Centre
Diamond Schmitt Architects
Toronto, Canada

The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) completes the transformation of Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts to accommodate gallery space, curatorial and graduate study centers, state-of-the-art storage vaults and student galleries.

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