This Breathtaking ‘Tree Tower’ Is The Changing Face Of Toronto’s Cityscape • Discoverology

This Breathtaking ‘Tree Tower’ Is The Changing Face Of Toronto’s Cityscape

Inspired by Montreal’s renowned Habitat 67 building, this incredible proposal for an 18-story timber tower block in Toronto shows that high-rises can be built sustainably and still connect with nature, even in a hectic urban environment.

Related topics
Related posts
How Cities Became Childless

How Cities Became Childless

Cities Life Videos

American cities are getting more expensive, and families are being pushed out. Welcome to the future of urban living, where young people have to make a choice: money or babies?

Why Car-Free Streets Will Soon Be The Norm

Why Car-Free Streets Will Soon Be The Norm

Architecture Cities

In cities like New York, Paris, Rotterdam, and soon San Francisco, car-free streets are emerging amid a growing movement. Cities have limited space, and how it is allocated is tremendously important for people. The denser a place, the dearer each square foot is. Yet all over the world, cities were retrofitted to accommodate cars.

When Memphis Fell For A Pyramid Scheme

When Memphis Fell For A Pyramid Scheme

Architecture Cities Design

Memphians have long sought to make symbolic connections to their city’s namesake, that ancient Egyptian capital on the Nile. The Great American Pyramid was supposed to give the Tennessee city an architectural landmark for the ages. Instead, it got a very large sporting goods store.

Was The Millennium Dome Really So Bad? The Inside Story Of A (Not So) Total Disaster

Was The Millennium Dome Really So Bad? The Inside Story Of A (Not So) Total Disaster

Architecture Long Reads Politics

Twenty years later, it is still a byword for New Labour hubris, squandered resources and hideously bungled planning. In fact, it was a byword for all of these things before it even opened. It is clear that the prevailing narrative that the Dome was a total failure is not – or at least not quite – the full story.

Inside Hong Kong’s Cage Homes

Inside Hong Kong’s Cage Homes

Architecture Cities Videos

Hong Kong is the most expensive housing market in the world. It has been ranked as the least affordable housing market on Earth for eight years in a row. The inflated prices are forcing Hongkongers to squeeze into unconventionally small spaces that can affect their quality of life.

The World’s Most Beautiful Homes Are Also Down To Earth

The World’s Most Beautiful Homes Are Also Down To Earth

Architecture Design Nature

‘The Art of Earth Architecture: Past, Present, Future’ is both an informative global survey of buildings made from the technique—from ancient Egypt to today—and a call to action: Conventional construction is killing the planet, and we need to introduce more ecologically minded techniques into the fold.

The Death And Afterlife Of The Mall

The Death And Afterlife Of The Mall

Architecture Cities Videos

Once a cornerstone of American consumerism, shopping malls are now mostly ghost towns. In a new episode of The Atlantic’s Idea File, staff writers Jim and Deb Fallows explore the phenomenon of the dead mall, and its emerging afterlife.

Why Ban Dollar Stores?

Why Ban Dollar Stores?

Business Cities Health Politics

Dollar-discount stores get the blame for “food deserts”—neighborhoods without supermarkets. It’s claimed, these stores drive out supermarkets with their low prices and saturate poor neighborhoods with junk food. But are dollar stores really to blame for bad diets?

We use cookies on this website to analyse your use of our products and services, provide content from third parties and assist with our marketing efforts. Learn more about our use of cookies and available controls: cookie policy. Please be aware that your experience may be disrupted until you accept cookies.