Why do condo towers in Toronto all look the same?
from Metro News
Hans Ibelings first visited Toronto in the 1990s, before a condo boom sent the city's skyline hurtling upward. When he returned in 2012, the Dutch art historian found a denser, more dynamic city, but one whose architectural landscape was dominated by "a complete sameness" of glass condos. "Coming from Europe, it's unbelievable that there's so little interest in the quality of design," he said.
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