Roy Thomson Hall Home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the circle of curved glass defines one of Toronto’s destination venues.
Michael Lee Chin Crystal The extension of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
Steel & Glass & Light The Royal Bank Plaza in Toronto.
National Museum of Art – East Building A detail of the ceiling, a piece of art in itself.
Museum of Play The National Museum of Play is located in Rochester, New York, also home to the remarkable Eastman House and Museum. These massive toy blocks, perhaps 20 feet tall, stand near the entrance to what is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play.
Arches Taken at the National Gallery of Canada, August 2015.
The Donut The Hirshhorn Museum is nicknamed The Donut. It is perfectly round with a centre court and rises in the air on its massive supports. The home of modern art, the building is itself a work of art.
High Rise These condo buildings in downtown Toronto reminded me of a stack of records in an old jukebox.
Toronto City Hall When Toronto’s new City Hall opened on September 13, 1965 it announced to the world that the city had not just changed, but had embarked on seemingly endless change. Almost 50 years later it remains a modern symbol of a modern ever-growing city.