Rosalie Sharp Pavilion Highlighted in Azure Magazine

February 19, 2021  

Bortolotto Crafts a Sinuous New Gateway to Toronto’s OCAD University

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If iconic Toronto architecture was distilled to a single streetscape, it might well be the view south from the corner of Dundas and McCaul. Behind a tangle of streetcar wires, the long, swooping contour of Frank Gehry’s deft reinvention of the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) unfolds to the west, while the avant-garde modernism of Will Alsop’s Sharp Centre for Design floats like an otherworldly presence overhead. And in the distance, the CN Tower — all 553 metres of it — looms above the downtown skyline. For the new kid on the block, it’s some company.

Photography by Tom Arban

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