My recent posts at World-Architects


Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Today's archidose #381

Img2007-09-22-010, originally uploaded by picturenarrative.

The Westside Sales Centre in Toronto, Ontario by Alsop Architects, 2006. Not sure if this building still stands, but according to this recent article the loft building it was designed for has "been scuppered."

To contribute your Flickr images for consideration, just:

:: Join and add photos to the archidose pool, and/or
:: Tag your photos archidose


  1. The building has been redesigned, becoming bigger, taller, but less lofty inside. Here is a very recent photo of the building underconstruction. The building (the one on the left) has also been renamed as Westside Gallery Lofts. The lower levels will be used by artists

    The sales centre is still standing and open. Here are two pictures. The outside wooden facade has been repainted.

    And this is how the inside looks on the Christmas eve.

  2. The sales centre is to continue on as an artists studio/gallery when speaking to Alsop. Though, there has been no news on these developments and the sales centre continues on as an odd juxtaposition of 'Alsop' design and standard run of the mill condo design that inhabit the sales centres interior.


Comments are moderated for spam.