Saturday, March 28, 2009

For the most part, the high rise buildings in downtown Toronto are structural and architectural marvels. Occasionally a building inspires and moves us to discuss its features. The thin building is one that provided us endless discussion last Saturday as we waltzed around the city. The air foil shape faces the prevailing winds from Lake Ontario, so we assumed, among other things, the design factored in this strongly.


Urban Cowboy said...

And some owners are saying the wind is leaking in their windows.

Here's a link to a good description of the building;

northerndreamer said...

It looks very much like modern China.