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How will Canada's glass condo obsession affect us 20 years from now?

How will our glass condo obsession affect us 20 years from now? We look at Toronto and Vancouver


Nov. 13 2014

Video: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/video...ticle21571678/

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The Globe's Affan Chowdhry is joined by Lloyd Alter from Ryerson's School of Interior Design to discuss long-term downsides of building condo's based on walls of glass. Then, we head to Vancouver and look at their highly successful urban planning experience.



Why Toronto can't afford to ignore the long-term impacts of new condo design


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