Some competitions make sense. But when they don’t, boy does the community have an opinion about it. The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts; the Toronto Centre for the Arts; and the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, currently called Civic Theatres Toronto have opened up a “national public naming competition” − with a “great prize package valued at up to $2,500.00” awarded to whoever comes up with a better name than Civic Theatres Toronto for Civic Theatres Toronto.
This year’s Skyrocket Brand Prize was a close call. Each company had something unique and useful they wanted to bring to the world to make our lives better. Whether it is a platform for growing your own food, eradicating homelessness, protecting yourself from skin cancer, promoting active lifestyle or choosing the right education. But Waterloo-based startup Suncayr beat out the competition with their passion for social impact. Continue reading “Suncayr wins again!”
eVolo Skyscraper is an international architectural competition organized periodically since 2006. The aim of the competition is to test ideas relating to buildings at heights. ESSENCE by Bomp is an attempt to revisit ideas about the reception of the image of a modern city.
In a small enclosed room, the visitor finds himself surrounded by a diversity of colors and details represented by Ito Jakuchu’s brushstrokes. Continue reading Kaleidoscope
The building is conceived as an open square at the crossing point of the three main city forces, old and new city and the park, a flexible “object” that allows different activities inside and around it. Continue reading New Bauhaus Museum