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Toronto buildings among best Canadian architecture

Toronto has no shortage of stunning buildings, but seven new ones have made the OAA's shortlist for its annual Design Excellence Awards. This accolade celebrates the top Canadian projects designed by Ontario architects. A jury whittled down the 20 finalists from 200 submissions based on creativity, context, sustainability, good design/good business and legacy.

Here are the 7 Toronto buildings that made the shortlist.

1. Grange Triple Double (top photo), Williamson Chong Architects. Photo by Bob Gundu.

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2. Daniels Spectrum

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Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated

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. Photo by Lisa Logan.

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3. George Brown College Waterfront Campus

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, Stantec Architecture Ltd. and KPMB Architects. Photo by Tom Arban.4. Harbord Towns, Superk端l Inc. Photo by Ben Rahn/A-Frame Studio.5. Toronto Public Library Scarborough Civic Centre Branch, LGA Architectural Partners Inc. and Phillip H. Carter. Photo by Ben Rahn/A-Frame Studio. 6. Skygarden House, Dubbeldam Architecture + Design. Photo by Shai Gil.7. Aga Khan Museum, (Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Maki and Associates). Photo by Gary Otte.

Which building is your favourite? Let us know in the comments.


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