Photographer's Note

Harbour Plaza Residences

Downtown Toronto is the attractive combination of architectural styles.
A varied mix of 19th, 20th and 20th century buildings.
Apartments, condominiums, commercial and finance offices, public, cultural and educational buildings. Almost all buildings of outstanding architecture designed by outstanding architects including several of world renown.

It is precisely this rich variety that makes Toronto a fantastic city to live and work in and for me a fascinating city to photograph.

Today I use the two towers of a residential building, known as Harbor Plaza Residences, designed by ArchitectsAlliance and put into use in 2017.
The architects were probably inspired by architectural style of deconstructivism of "The Aqua Tower in Chicago" and the residential building “NEWYORKBYGEHRY”

◄ Picture 1 ► is a detailed, graphical representation of the highly geometrically designed facade. A beautiful play of light and shadow by the balconies designed as rectangular trapeziums.

◄ Picture 2: ► is a special editing that creates an image of the facade displayed as I used to draw it a long time ago (before the computer age) as part of the drawings that belong to the architectural specifications of a building

◄ Picture 3 ► shows the towers in between on the left the facade of the "Sun Life Financial Tower” and on the right the facade of “RBC WaterPark Place”, home to the Royal Bank of Canada

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Additional Photos by Rob Zwemmer (alvaraalto) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5620 W: 329 N: 10884] (42652)
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