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Old Posted Mar 14, 2016, 4:38 PM
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A twisted building full of terraces has been proposed for Toronto’s waterfront

A twisted building full of terraces has been proposed for Toronto’s waterfront


March 11, 2016

Read More: http://www.contemporist.com/2016/03/...g-for-toronto/

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Architecture firm ODA New York, have designed a proposal for a waterfront building in Toronto, Canada, as part of the ongoing Bayside development.

The building, inspired by the way plants move towards the sun, is designed in an L-shape to allow the highest percentage of its units to be exposed to the sun as much as possible. The 24 floor building, manages to give 71% of the units a water view, and 97% of the units have terraces.

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Looks rather uncannily like an Ingels design.. i wonder what he thinks
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