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Toronto architects imagine the future city

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Concept sketch by Onespace. Principal Rod Rowbotham and his team dreamt up a “transparent building material” that “cradles” existing towers so they’ll still be visible, but new mass containing residences, public space, and even transit can be added both vertically and horizontally

Onespace

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‘Transparent building materials,‘ would ‘cradle’ existing towers so they’ll still be visible, but mass could be added vertically and horizontally

Onespace

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Bed furniture.

Duncan Patterson

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Future "health" toilet.

Duncan Patterson

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Patterson, new "hearth."

Duncan Patterson

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Toronto laneway

Danielle Sernoskie

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Toronto laneway

Danielle Sernoskie

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