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Archive for category: Street furniture

Postings on the 2006–2007 street-furniture selloff by the City of Toronto

   (2016.10.04)

Isabelle Docto writes the worst typography article of the year. (Did you know fonts come in certain specific sizes?)

   (2009.10.11)

The Globe’s architecture critic arrives two years late to the street-furniture party. Where’s your Smart parked, Lisa Rochon?

   (2007.05.31)

Actually commended in a newspaper editorial

   (2007.05.07)

In which the Spacers lost

   (2007.04.25)

Most of it has been published

   (2007.04.14)

A review of the proposals from three conglomerates for Toronto’s street furniture

   (2007.03.28)

The city of Toronto has released ‘renderings’ of the candidate designs for street furniture

   (2007.03.20)

They ignore you and try to push through a proposal to make the situation worse

   (2007.01.01)

What I said to the mayor at his New Year’s levee

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