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toronto reference library, angie mcmonigal

Curvy | Toronto Reference Library

  Saving my favorite for last, all those curves at the Toronto Reference Library. Only the second time I’ve visited here, yet another location with

royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind, exhibit residences, angie mcmonigal


Sticking with the black & white theme and Toronto’s Yorkville neighborhood, though moving from One Bloor East’s curves to the angles of our next two

one bloor east, Hariri Pontarini Architects, angie mcmonigal

One Bloor East

A new location for me! It’s rare to photograph something for the first time on a workshop since we have a tendency to scout places

So many angles

Still much to share from Toronto. Today is a mix of various locations around the city, all having sharp angles in common. The first is

toronto city hall, brutalism, angie mcmonigal

Toronto City Hall

  Toronto has a good amount of Brutalist Architecture, most predominantly its City Hall. Full of curves from a sculptural area in the plaza to

eaton centre bridge, WilkinsonEyre, angie mcmonigal

Shades of Blue

Blue is common to come across in architecture, in large part due to the blue sky reflecting in all those glassy buildings. Then, on occasion,

art gallery of ontario, frank gehry, angie mcmonigal

Time for another revisit…

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is just one of those places that never gets old. As I’m sure you’re aware, I can’t get enough

Science Museum | London

Earlier this summer I spent a few days exploring London for a possible workshop there next year. One of my favorite stops of the trip

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