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Historicist: Space-age living, ahead of its time

from Torontoist

In the 1960s and 1970s, an era of staid, Bauhaus-inspired rectilinear boxes, architect Uno Prii designed rental apartment buildings defined by swooping curves and space age forms and shapes. They have been hailed, in some quarters, as "whimsical," "flamboyant," and "exuberant" expressions of 1960s optimism. Prii's designs, of which 250 were built across the Toronto area, have been praised by some for their "rejuvenating" qualities and for their "playful whimsy." more

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