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  1. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 666 Spadina Avenue | 41m | 11s | Cromwell | Arcadis

    Agreed, not every building has to be tall, it looks good so far
  2. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 252 Church | 166.1m | 52s | CentreCourt | Arcadis

    Wow is going up pretty fast and looking good
  3. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 55C: 55 Charles Condos | 167m | 50s | MOD Developments | a—A

    You know what, I totally get what you mean! Pictures can sometimes fall short of, and I agree, the balconies and patterning must look even more impressive up close.
  4. SilverSable

    Mississauga Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    I agree, these twin buildings seem to complement each other beautifully. They break the usual mold and bring a unique harmony to the skyline.
  5. SilverSable

    Yonge-Dundas Square/Sankofa Square (Brown + Storey Architects)

    I hear you on the grey and concrete vibe – it can feel a bit monotonous. Bringing in some warmer tones would definitely add a welcoming touch. I love the idea of taking inspiration from places like Pioneer Courthouse Square and Fed Square; those warm, red tones and the amphitheater-style layout...
  6. SilverSable

    Hamilton Toronto | King William Urban Rentals | 97.56m | 30s | LIUNA | Graziani + Corazza

    Yeah, I’m all for a “mini-No Frills” or something like that right in the heart of downtown. I mean, who wants to trek to the suburbs for basic groceries? It’s great to have options like Deningers and Alamin Butcher Shop, but we need something more comprehensive too.
  7. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 45 The Esplanade | 128.85m | 39s | Republic | Arcadis

    Exactly, we need to keep this kind of historic structures, not everything has to be grey and glass…
  8. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 185 King East | 157.12m | 46s | Gupta | Arcadis

    Looks nice, but the balconies are adding something weird to the design
  9. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 88 Queen | 167.35m | 52s | St Thomas Dev | Hariri Pontarini

    It looks like any other big building around, no too bad tho
  10. SilverSable

    Mississauga Toronto | Queen + Britannia | 25.6m | 8s | City Park | Graziani + Corazza

    I really like this one very much, has good potential.
  11. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | Rocket Condos | 41.15m | 14s | Metropia | gh3

    just looking at it makes me so sad, how is that possible??
  12. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    The lighting was a good idea but in green don’t think so… it doesn’t look good
  13. SilverSable

    Hamilton Toronto | King William Urban Rentals | 97.56m | 30s | LIUNA | Graziani + Corazza

    It does, the front look good so far, the bricks was a good addition
  14. SilverSable

    Mississauga Toronto | 55 Port East | ?m | 9s | FRAM + Slokker | Giannone Petricone

    Looks pretty much done, it turned out very nicely
  15. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    The limit doesn’t exist 😅
  16. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 3100 Bloor Street West | 57.5m | 16s | Tridel | Kirkor Architects

    Totally, not as nice but also not that bad, I would like to see more of it too
  17. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | 88 Bathurst | 68.3m | 17s | Hines | 3XN

    Wow is going to be massive!
  18. SilverSable

    Toronto Toronto | PRIME Condos | 148.43m | 46s | CentreCourt | Arcadis

    Love it, what a great picture. Definitely adding a bit more to the view
  19. SilverSable

    Vaughan Toronto | 171 Maplecrete | 164.9m | 50s | Liberty Development | Arcadis

    Another grey and glass bulging, thats my guess

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