Bauhaus influences can be found all over Toronto, even 100 years later
from Toronto Star
Sometimes the past looks just like the present. A 1922 drawing of the skyscraper designed by architects Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer, their vision for the Chicago Tribune tower, is one of these moments. The newspaper had commissioned an international competition for their new building, and while another design that has since become a Chicago landmark was chosen, this unbuilt drawing's influence can be seen all over the Toronto skyline.
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