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Join the Toronto Society of Architects’ guided outdoor walking tours and learn about some of the city’s best contemporary architecture. Our highly trained volunteer guides will take you to iconic buildings designed by world-renowned architects and explain the design context, details, and unusual features that make these buildings notable. Fun and informative, Toronto Architecture Tours provide the stories behind the buildings and demonstrate why architecture is such a powerful communications tool for businesses, organizations, and the city. Toronto’s Culture & Campus Tour View some of the jewels of Toronto's Cultural Renaissance — a program through which several museums and cultural centres were developed or transformed — and a selection of the dramatic new buildings on and around the University of Toronto campus. Featured Bulidings: Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, 2003-06 KPMB (original building 1984 Keith Wagland) Michael Lee-Chin Crystal addition, Royal Ontario Museum 2003-08 Daniel Libeskind with Bregman+Hamann Telus Centre for Performance and Learning, Royal Conservatory of Music, 2005-08 KPMB Bata Shoe Museum, 1995 Moriyama & Teshima Goldring Centre for High Performance Sports, 2011-2015, Patkau Architects & MJM Architects Max Gluskin House, 2008 Hariri Pontarini Architects John P. Robarts Reference Library, 1968-73 Warner Burns Toan & Lunde with Mathers & Haldenby Rotman Expansion, 2010-2012  KPMB St. George Street Revitalization, 1996-97 Brown and Storey Architects in joint venture with van Nostrand DiCastri Architects Willcocks Commons, 2010 Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, 2005 Behnisch, Behnisch & Partner with architectsAlliance Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building, 2002-2006 Foster + Partners with Moffatt Kinoshita Architects DETAILS:    WHEN: Weekly on Sundays from 1:30PM to 3:30PM DURATION: 2 hours DISTANCE: Approx 2 km with some stairs to and from buildings (accessibility can be accommodated) MEETING PLACE: Near  Avenue Road & Bloor St W. (exact location provided with your e-Ticket); Finish: Near Queen's Park subway station ** ONLINE ticket sales close at 9:30AM the day of the tour. CASH TICKETS may be available directly from the guide at the start of each tour if not sold out.** Children age 12 and under are free provided they are accompanied by paying adult(s). TSA Members in good standing may bring one (1) complimentary guest. Use the promo code provided with your membership or email [email protected] to confirm your membership standing and get your promo code to access your special member tickets.   Tickets are non-refundable 24 hours before your registered tour date/time. To cancel/change a ticket, please email [email protected]. Tours are conducted entirely by trained volunteers who are passionate about buildings and people.  If you enjoy your tour, please feel free to tip the guides! Got feedback or comments?  Send us an email at [email protected] ! The Toronto Architecture Tours are organized and run by the Toronto Society of Architects.  Special thanks to our generous sponsors, supporters and volunteers who make it all possible!           …in-kind support from: Montgomery Sisam Architects For more information, please contact the organizer via email at [email protected]


Toronto Architecture Tours | Culture & Campus Tour 2017

June 04, 2017


Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts

111 Queen s Park
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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