Archive for the ‘Toronto-Dominion Centre’ Tag
- 2011/03/18 THE EXPO FILES | From The Canadian Design Resource :: 1867 – 1967 ::: The Best Yellow Pages Ever posted in BOOK DESIGN, BOOKS, CANADIAN DESIGN, CITIES | TORONTO, EXPO 67 | MAN AND HIS WORLD, MID-CENTURY MODERN tagged Canada, Canadian Centennial, Centennial, Centennial of Canadian Con, Directories, Etsy, logos, mid-century modern, TD Centre, Telephone directory, The Canadian Design Resource, Toronto, Toronto-Dominion Centre, Typography, Yellow Page
- 2010/06/09 ARCHITECTURE | Mies van der Rohe in Toronto + Berlin :: The Most Beautiful Pavilions posted in ADVERTISING, ARCHITECTS + ARCHITECTURE, CANADIAN DESIGN, CITIES | BERLIN, CITIES | TORONTO, CORPORATE IDENTITY, EXHIBITIONS, GRAPHIC ARTS, LOGOLANDIA, STAMPS + MONEY, TYPOGRAPHY, URBAN PLANNING tagged "Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space", 2014 Venice Biennale Golden Lion Recipient, 20th-century architecture, Allen Lambert, Arthur Erickson, “Less is more”, “the largest Mies in the world”, Barcelona Chair, Barcelona Table, Barton Myers, Brno Chair, Diamond & Myers, Erickson/Massey, God is in the details, Habitat 67, John B. Parkins Associates, Mies van der Rohe, MoMA Mies in Berlin, Moshe Safdie, Neue Nationalgalerie, New National Gallery Berlin, Philip Johnson, Phyllis Lambert, Prix du XXe siècle 2007, RAIC, Seagram Building, Simon Fraser University, Smith House II, Toronto architecture, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto-Dominion Centre, Whitney Mies in America, Wolf House
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