The photographs in this article are great—too bad we can’t read the article itself—time for some language classes…More
Tune in to OMNI.2, this Sunday February 12th at 8am and on Monday at 9am, for the feature on Altius’ exhibition at the Harbourfront Centre. Interviewed on Aaram, Zak Fish, shares his idea on what is Big Enough in the City of Toronto. The Altius exhibition DEFINING SPACE IN THE CITY / THE CITY DEFINING SPACE looks at…More
“For those who do love text – along with maps, charts, and graphs – Altius Architecture delivers.”
Published in today’s Friday edition of the Globe and Mail, Dave Leblanc’s column reviews Altius’ exhibition in his article: Harbourfront exhibit asks, How much space do we really need?
The scale of the exhibition series ranged from the miniature ceramic animals precariously floating in space, by Grace Eun Mi Lee, to the sculptural wall, by rzlbd, anchoring the architectural exhibition. nkA added a triptych of models to the gallery upstairs in an exhibition Altius was proud to participate in. Special thanks to…More
The week long event which takes over the first three floors of the hotel always provides a unique display experience for Toronto’s alternative arts scene. The second floor exhibition curated by Deborah Wang and Noa Bronstein provides the opportunity for young designers to design their own space with complete…More
Living in Toronto, or any city is defined by walls and windows, neighborhoods and buildings, property lines and zoning by-laws, streets and sidewalks. These are generally static conditions and yet through our inhabitation of and interaction with public and private space, boundaries are manipulated and personal living space…More