79. University College
© Billy Wilson 2011 The University College of the University of Toronto was established in 1853. The Toronto Project: Hi Flickr, I have been busy finishing my degree, and now I'm done!! I have finally completed my bachelor's in biology and chemistry. I just returned from a trip to Toronto. I have taken a fascination with the city in many ways and I had a list of things to do and experience there. In my three full days of staying there and shooting I experienced a lot and took 4927 photos, I…
Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building - University of Toronto - Norman Foster & Partners
The new building of the faculty of pharmacy at the University of Toronto, facing Queen's Park and marking the southeaster corner of the university's downtown St. George campus. Designed by Foster & Partners, the building's atrium incorporates suspended 'orbs' that contain a lecture hall, faculty lounge, and student study space.
Soldiers Tower at the University of Toronto, Ontario - a caretaker fell to his death here in the 1930's while cleaning the bells within the tower - people have reported seeing visions of him falling from the top of the tower ever since, a presence has been felt at the top of the tower
Designs for University of Toronto - St. George Campus unveiled
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City trips,vakantie,reisgids,boek goedkope vlucht & hotel
Ontdek prachtige bestemmingen en plan en boek eenvoudig de perfecte reis. Verken duizenden locaties met reisgidsen en inhoud van vertrouwde bronnen
Ron Thom Architect - Massey College - University of Toronto Campus, Canada, 1960-1963
Blog Author's Note: This is one of my all time favorite buildings. Photo Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/elena_mch/ Plans: Canadian Architect, 1963, Oct., v.8, P.47-62 Additonal Information Resources: Canadian Architect yearbook, 1964. Canadian Architect January 2000 "A century of Canadian Architecture". Pg.25.
University of Toronto conducting study to learn what makes Kensington Market tick
Kensington Market has seen many changes over the years, but fears of gentrification and urban encroachment on the eccentric neighbourhood has led to a multi-year University of Toronto study to examine the area’s people and culture