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With New Eyes: Architecture for Toronto by Francesco and Aldo Piccaluga Architects

September 26 - November 30, 2017
496 Huron St, Toronto

In the postwar era, Toronto’s exchange with European countries such as Italy helped inform a new wave of modern architecture that brought international attention to the growing Canadian city. Spanning three decades, the architecture and interior design of Francesco and Aldo Piccaluga played a significant role in crafting new, visionary spatial experiences as symbols of modern Toronto.

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