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What: Unbuilt Toronto: The city that could have been
When: May 9, 6 – 8 pm
Where: Urbanscape Architectural Gallery, 2959 Dundas Street West

  Urbanscape Architectural Gallery, in partnership with the Toronto Society of Architects
(TSA) presents Unbuilt Toronto: The City That Could Have Been. Juried images of unbuilt
projects from practising architects and designers are juxtaposed against historical
images of unrealized building proposals drawn from Mark Osbaldeston’s book, Unbuilt
Toronto: A History of the City That Might Have Been.

The exhibition runs from May 6 to May 30 and is part of the 5th annual Festival of Achitechture and design. For more information about the exhibit and opening visit, for more info about the festival, check out


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  1. I suppose this is the same exhibit that was in ROM last winter?