Architectural Drawings

The design by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg re-uses a monumental industrial landmark on Toronto's waterfront and transforms it into a first-of-its-kind cultural icon. The design won the Ontario Association of Architects' "Award of Excellence" and Canadian Architect's "Award of Excellence" and will be an international symbol of Canada's cultural self-determination.

1996 Ontario Association of Architects
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1994 
Canadian Architect's
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Architects: Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg

Elevations

North Elevation
North Elevation
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South Elevation
South Elevation
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East Elevation
East Elevation
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West Elevation
West Elevation
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Floors

Ground Floor:
Plaza Level

Ground Floor
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Second Floor:
Concert Hall Level

Second Floor
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Third Floor:
Sky Lobby Level

Third Floor
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Typical Office
Level

Typical Office Level
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Sections

East/West Section:
Atrium

East/West Section: Atrium
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East/West Section:
Concert Hall

East/West Section: Concert Hall
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North/South Section:
Silos

North/South Section: Silos
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North/South Section:
Parking Garage

North/South Section: Parking Garage
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Scale Model

View of model looking north from the foot of Bathurst Street
at the Western Gap of Toronto Harbour

Model Builder: Richard Sinclair
Photo Credit: Steven Evans


View of model looking north from the foot of Bathurst Street at the Western Gap of Toronto Harbour
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