A bubble-wrapped tower for Toronto - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail logo in the corner of a rendering of the high-rise 55 Yonge Street tower, where the office levels pinch inward to transition into the smaller floorplates of the residential portion
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"The taller, the duller. It’s a strange paradox in North American architecture that high-rise towers – a building type historically full of innovation and braggadocio – tend to be boring.

Not at 55 Yonge St."

In his latest feature for The Globe and Mail, architecture critic Alex Bozikovic shares his thoughts on the BDP Quadrangle and PARTISANS design for 55 Yonge Street, a new 66-storey tower coming to a prominent downtown Toronto site.

Read the article here: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/article-a-bubble-wrapped-tower-for-toronto/