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8 OBRAS ARQUITECTONICAS SOBRESALIENTES EN EL 2014
Posted on Sun, 18 Jan 2015, 10:07:28 AM  in Urban Transformation,  Toronto Real Estate Update,  Toronto Lifestyle,  Toronto Landmarks,  Recreation,  Bay Street Corridor,  Waterfront East
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Catalogada como la tercera ciudad más grande de Norte América después de Nueva York y Los Angeles, Toronto sigue dando pasos de modernidad reflejados en las siguientes obras que se destacan en el 2014.

1 El centro de investigación y aprendizaje Peter Gilgan del Hospital de Niños Enfermos en la Calle Bay. Se destaca el volumen curvilíneo con pisos entrelazados por espacios comunes que promueven la cooperación entre los 260 científicos y sus 2000 proyectos sobre la salud infantil.

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2 La biblioteca pública de Fort York sirve de centro de unión a las nuevas comunidades aledañas que se benefician con tecnología de avanzada incluyendo impresoras en tercera dimensión.

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3 El centro de aprendizaje de la Universidad  Ryerson brindará a los estudiantes un espacio único de descubrimiento y colaboración con una volumetría irregular destacada por la iluminación interna. La plaza pública de acceso se integrará al dinamismo de la Calle Yonge.

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4 La Estación Principal que une los medios de transporte públicos más importantes de país ofrece en su plataforma central una estructura monumental de acero y vidrio que ya está en uso, aunque no ha sido terminada en su totalidad.

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5 El Centro de Visitantes del Fuerte York, construido en forma tal que se mimetiza en el paisaje, resembla con sus láminas de acero rústico la pendiente natural de la época en que fué librada la Guerra de 1812. 

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6 El Museo Aga Khan dedicado al fomento del arte y la cultura Musulmana ofrece un estilo contemporáneo de líneas sencillas con un tratamiento de iluminación natural logrado mediante claraboyas de formas singulares.

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7 El Centro Ismaelita con un majestuoso domo que alberga el lugar de oración está rodeado de un parque de piscinas sin límite acompañadas de un paisajismo refrescante reminiscente de La Alhambra y el Taj Majal.

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8 Pier 27 es el primer conjunto residencial en la nueva área de desarrollo de la bahía al Oriente de la Calle Yonge. Con sus puentes de vivienda urbana y apartamentos en voladizo son una demostración que la ciudad está aceptando una arquitectura de vanguardia, alejada de los parámetros clásicos.

Contacte a Alex Pino, Broker si requiere alguna información relacionada con la Finca Raíz en Toronto. Con mucho gusto lo asistiré en lo que necesite.

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CAVALCADE OF LIGHTS AT NATHAN PHILLIP SQUARE
Posted on Sun, 30 Nov 2014, 08:52:08 PM  in Toronto Lifestyle,  Toronto Landmarks,  Bay Street Corridor
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Cavalcade of Lights is the official start of the Christmas Season in Toronto, usually on the last Saturday of November. A fun night open to all Torontonians to share an amazing spectacle of lights, music and great energy. The official tree is illuminated, fantastic fireworks are displayed and a DJ party with ice skating enthusiasts closes the celebration.
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ALLEN LAMBERT GALLERIA AT BROOKFIELD PLACE
Posted on Sun, 02 Nov 2014, 05:31:07 PM  in Business,  Toronto Lifestyle,  Toronto Landmarks,  Recreation,  Toronto,  Bay Street Corridor,  Yonge Street Corridor,  Waterfront West
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Brookfield Place, home of the Allen Lambert Galleria, designed by world renown Spanish architect Santiago #Calatrava is considered the most magnificent indoor public space in Toronto. Located in the very heart of Canada's Financial District and with direct access to Union Station, this monumental space is year round being used as a background to showcase fantastic art installations and exhibits that are always worth visiting. YourHomeInToronto would like to share this slide show with several of the art pieces we have managed to see over the past years.

 

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NUIT BLANCHE TORONTO - A DARK CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS
Posted on Sun, 05 Oct 2014, 08:41:50 PM  in Urban Transformation,  Toronto Lifestyle,  Toronto Neighborhoods,  Recreation,  Bay Street Corridor,  Yonge Street Corridor
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The celebration of the arts during a whole night, starting at 6:00 PM and going all the way to sunrise has created a level of energy in the downtown core of Toronto like no other event at this time of the evening.

Rivers of people, usually in groups, wander through the streets with great expectation to see the free installations of hundreds of contemporary artists in several disciplines, from painting, acting, music, photography, sculpture, etc. who transform the city for the public's delight or dislike.

Some places are just packed and there is little space to move or breath but the crowd continues chasing the next show like a pilgrimage of the arts.

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Though there is a lot of information posted online and in print media, often times it is necessary to go and check it out in person as the description or the images shown may not really represent the true dimension of the exhibit. Extended projects can be seen for another week including night installations of artists playing with light, colours, forms and effects.

The Garden of Renova, designed by the Centre of the Arts and Design at George Brown College was made entirely of coloured toilet paper and attracted a huge amount of visitors who mixed and mingle in the curvaceous forms recreated in the space.

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The CanAmerican Energy Arts Team showcased a set of two large oil barrels united by a pipeline representing the energy independence (or dependence) of the two nations. A fountain pumping black gold accompanied by a multimedia landscape exhibit intended to have a different communication approach to the public.

Ghosts of our former selves with visitors faces painted by the artists that glowed in the dark.

Dress rehearsal with shadow boxes displaying the innermost moments of musicians who perform solo offering an interesting contrast in the dark of the night. 

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The human brain installation by influential Cuban artist Yoan Capote titled Open Mind, offers a space where visitors can walk underneath the metal labyrinth and interact with each other regardless of faith, culture or political beliefs.

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Made in China featuring a facade made with articles produced in China in the middle of Chinatown is a colourful display that calls the attention of the passersby.

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An extended installation at Fort York, allows visitors to feel treated like celebrities walking on the red carpet with the backdrop of the city.
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