Toronto has design lessons to teach?
Don’t you just love when you come up with a timely post that is validated by someone else?
Benjamin Forgey (all the smart people are named Ben) had a nice piece in the Washington Business Journal recounting his recent visit to Toronto and his impressions of the AGO, ROM and OCAD, and what lessons Washington D.C. planners can take.
His take on the AGO is especially nice, and sums up what I tried to express in my previous post by saying the AGO makes me “happy”. He just does it a bit more elegantly.
Check out the article here, it’s worth a read.
Thanks go to Urban Toronto contributor yyzer for the tip.