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Toronto: Santiago Calatrava’s Brookfield Place

Hello from Toronto!

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This time, I would like to invite you to visit a masterpiece building designed by Santiago Calatrava, the world-famous architect, structural engineer, sculptor and painter from Valencia, Spain.

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Brookfield Place is located on Bay Street, between Front St. and King St.

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Let us enter this temple of modern architecture:

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The great Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava has created in Brookfield Place an architectural marvel, a modernist atrium of light that also manages to preserve the past. Calatrava’s soaring Galleria integrates a $1.2 billion development that occupies an entire city block. It includes the 51-storey TD Canada Trust Tower, 47-storey Bay-Wellington Tower and several historically designated buildings.

Source: http://citiesintime.ca/toronto/story/brookfield-p/

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1 Comment

  1. Bozena Stoch
    May 9, 2018 at 8:49 pm — Reply

    Moje ulubione miejsce. Niezaleznie od pogody tam jest zawsze fajnie.

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