Gallery: PHOTOS: Daniel Libeskind’s Knife-Like L Tower Rises in Toronto

 
When designs were first revealed for L Tower, architect Daniel Libeskind's 57-story, knife-shaped condo tower in downtown Toronto, it promised to be one of the boldest new high-rises in all of Canada. Since then, the design has been modified, removing part of the base that would have given the building its 'L' shape, but the curved form of the tower remains intact. The building, which aims to achieve LEED Gold certification, is currently rising above Toronto, and glass cladding is being added near the lower levels.

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  1. H Bergen June 26, 2012 at 11:47 am

    Libeskind ruined the ROM. L-Tower promises to be an even bigger eyesore. Why was such an awful architect allowed to work in Toronto again?

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