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Julio Toscano

Architect | Mexico

Midnight Train 📻 If You Wanna - The Vaccines

Midnight Train 📻 If You Wanna - The Vaccines - 5 months ago

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Gooderham Building, 1892. (The Canadian Flatiron Building)

Gooderham Building, 1892. (The Canadian Flatiron Building) - 1 year ago

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📻 What You Don't Do - Lianne La Havas

📻 What You Don't Do - Lianne La Havas - 1 year ago

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The extension to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), designed by Daniel Libeskind, is situated at one of the most prominent intersections in downtown central Toronto. It is the largest Museum in Canada and attracts more than a million visitors a year.

Libeskind created a structure of organically interlocking prismatic forms turning this important corner of Toronto, and the entire museum complex, into a luminous beacon.

The extension to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), designed by Daniel Libeskind, is situated at one of the most prominent intersections in downtown central Toronto. It is the largest Museum in Canada and attracts more than a million visitors a year. Libeskind created a structure of organically interlocking prismatic forms turning this important corner of Toronto, and the entire museum complex, into a luminous beacon. - 1 year ago

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Ryerson University Student Learning Centre (Toronto, Canada) designed by Snøhetta and Zeidler Partnership Architects

Ryerson University Student Learning Centre (Toronto, Canada) designed by Snøhetta and Zeidler Partnership Architects - 1 year ago

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🕰

🕰 - 1 year ago

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📻 Tender - Blur | #LaCoronArq |

📻 Tender - Blur | #LaCoronArq | - 1 year ago

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Sometimes you need to be alone
Shut the door, unplug the phone
Speak in a language they don’t know... 📻 Don’t Matter Now - George Ezra

Sometimes you need to be alone Shut the door, unplug the phone Speak in a language they don’t know... 📻 Don’t Matter Now - George Ezra - 1 year ago

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Toronto-Dominion Centre. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1969. “El Mies más grande del mundo”. 21,000 personas trabajan en el complejo de edificios situado en el distrito financiero del centro de Toronto.

Toronto-Dominion Centre. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1969. “El Mies más grande del mundo”. 21,000 personas trabajan en el complejo de edificios situado en el distrito financiero del centro de Toronto. - 1 year ago

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Why do architects wear black?

Why do architects wear black? - 1 year ago

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2 years ago

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#LaEscalaHumanArq 
#ElColorEnComún

#LaEscalaHumanArq #ElColorEnComún - 2 years ago

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NOVASEM | @atelierars

NOVASEM | @atelierars - 2 years ago

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Radiación Solar

Radiación Solar - 2 years ago

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We are everyday robots on our phones
In the process of getting home
Looking like standing stones
Out there on our own
We’re everyday robots in control
Or in the process of being sold
Driving in adjacent cars
'Til you press restart 📻 Everyday Robots - Damon Albarn

We are everyday robots on our phones In the process of getting home Looking like standing stones Out there on our own We’re everyday robots in control Or in the process of being sold Driving in adjacent cars 'Til you press restart 📻 Everyday Robots - Damon Albarn - 2 years ago

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