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“The structure of the bridge is expressed through bold tectonic detailing while elegant steel and glass canopies along its edges address a more human scale. ”
Located in downtown Toronto, this cable-stayed bridge extends John Street across the CN railway corridor to provide a pedestrian connection from busy Front Street to the Rogers Centre and railway lands to the south.
In addition to fulfilling its functional role as a pedestrian link, the iconic form of the bridge acts as a symbolic gateway to the precinct. The structure of the bridge is expressed through bold tectonic detailing while elegant steel and glass canopies along its edges address a more human scale. This project was awarded Honourable Mention for the City of Toronto Urban Design Award, an Ontario Association of Architects Award of Excellence, and a Canadian Architect Award of Excellence.
Completion Date: 1989
Project Type: Bridges
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