Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada

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This crossword
puzzle checked box appears, at a distance, to be hovering Close Encounters–style
above an otherwise mundane Toronto neighborhood. As you approach, its
improbability only increases. British architect Will Alsop planted this
collection of galleries and studio spaces on brightly colored columns so
insouciantly angled and skinny that they barely look like they can support
themselves.

Nearby Oddity: There goes the neighborhood: Daniel
Libeskind’s bizarre 2007 crystalline addition to Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum is just a mile away.
—Karrie Jacobs

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Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada

This crossword
puzzle checked box appears, at a distance, to be hovering Close Encounters–style
above an otherwise mundane Toronto neighborhood. As you approach, its
improbability only increases. British architect Will Alsop planted this
collection of galleries and studio spaces on brightly colored columns so
insouciantly angled and skinny that they barely look like they can support
themselves.

Nearby Oddity: There goes the neighborhood: Daniel
Libeskind’s bizarre 2007 crystalline addition to Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum is just a mile away.
—Karrie Jacobs

Richard Johnson [1] [1] http://www.interiorimages.ca

World's Strangest Buildings

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