Tag / New York City
Why I Do NOT Agree with Toronto Chief Planner, Jennifer Keesmaat
2016 has been an incredibly dynamic year here in Toronto, especially with so much developments happening — don’t we all agree? Some are exciting and hopeful, while some are controversial and debatable. Needless to say, countless number of condos have been built and proposed. Let’s forget about condos for now and sit back to reflect…
Small Space, Big Idea: Micro-Housing
It’s an interesting world we are living in. Only a half century ago, architects like Le Corbusier envisioned and realised a multi-family housing that basically came with all the daily services you need, as if a building was one town. And there was also the time the word ‘urban sprawl’ didn’t exist and everyone presumably…
Condos, Condos, Condos
We’ve heard enough; in fact we’ve seen enough too. With the rapid densification and developments in Toronto, the housing demand keeps on rising and so do the condo towers. If you have been keeping your eyes on recent condo trends in Toronto, you’d notice these three significant, recurrent patterns.
Green and Grey
Green and grey are the two colours that immediately come to our minds when we visualise green space in a city, and we call this image a ‘sustainable design’.