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Archive for category: Architecture

   (2013.01.24)

Ryerson architecture prof George Kapelos failed to teach his students that woonerfs are lethally dangerous to blind people

   (2012.09.15)

Jude Law, Breaking and Entering: “It starts with an argument with society’s phony love affair with nature. We are against the mistaking of grass for nature, of green for nature”

   (2012.07.26)

Scott Weir and the soi-disant Cabbagetown Heritage Conservation District are more concerned with buildings than people. Are you surprised?

   (2012.06.19)

Photo: Construction on St. Nicholas

   (2012.05.28)

It’s nothing more than a vestibule to an underground pedestrian walkway and subway station, but 145 King St. West is an amazeballs post modern structure

   (2012.01.30)

Shawn Micallef thinks it’s fine when someone as rich as he wishes to become tears down a historic property – but ever so deplorable when anyone else does it

   (2012.01.02)

So-called SEIER + SEIER from Copenhagen, who bends Flickr to his will

   (2011.12.13)

The plural of Eames is Eameses, Ice Cube

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