1. Canadian Malting Silos, waterfront, Toronto

    Large industrial malting silos creatively reuse of these industrial spaces into creative innovative spaces. Unknown architect

  2. Sharp Centre for Design, Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto

    A new building that hovers over the existing Victorian street scape and the existing studio space to form a table top extension. Alsop Architects

  3. Scrivener Square, Toronto

    A former train station adapted into a flagship liquor store and delicatessen. Unknown architect

  4. One King West, Toronto

    A former 1914 bank building retained and reused as a private dining and bar for a hotel. Unknown architect

  5. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

    A new extension to an existing historic building. Daniel Libeskind

  6. Royal Conservatory of Music, Koerner Hall, Toronto

    KPMB Architects

  7. Canadian National Ballet School, Toronto

    KPMB Architects

  8. Leslie Dan Pharmacy Building, University of Toronto, Toronto

    Foster & Partners

  9. Evergreen Park Brickworks, Toronto

    Industrial landscape reinvented into a series of galleries, offices, restaurants all within a former brick works. Du Toit Allsopp Hiller Architects, Diamond and Schmitt Architects, and several other prominent firms

  10. Gardiner Museum, Toronto

    Ceramic museum new against old. KPMB Architects

  11. Art Gallery of Ontario, Downtown Toronto

    A refurbished and altered building one of several renovations of the building completed with a new wrap around. Frank Ghery

  12. Meat market district

    Series of warehouses and industrial buildings into new restaurants, galleries, etc…

Other buildings to visit when in Toronto

  • Umbra Building, Toronto – Kohn Shnier Architects
  • CN Tower, Toronto
  • Terence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex, University of Toronto, Toronto – Kongats Architects, Toronto.