Collection by Jeffrey Cheuk Hai Ng

Jeffrey Cheuk Hai Ng
To understand the legacy and importance of Mies van der Rohe’s works is not something that you can do at first glance even if you are an architecture enthusiast, especially… Urban Photography, Street Photography, Toronto Photography, Artistic Photography, Mysterious Photography, Infinity Photography, Building Photography, Minimalist Photography, Interior Photography

Bank Towers in the Fog and Rain, Toronto

Project 365: 147/365 This image may not be used in any way without prior permission © All rights reserved 2009

Red Rocket Street Car - Toronto, Canada hopped on many on this street Toronto Ontario Canada, Visit Toronto, The Places Youll Go, Places To Go, Tramway, Canada Eh, Trains, Cuba, Canada Travel

Toronto Tram

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Faithfully made in Canada. Toronto Photography, Street Photography, Inspiring Photography, Ontario, Graffiti, Youre My Person, Toronto Canada, Visit Toronto, Voyage

116/365: Where it's at

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Cherry blossoms in High Park, Toronto Ottawa, Landscape Photos, Landscape Photography, Future Photos, Toronto Canada, Toronto City, Take Better Photos, Road Trip Usa, Cool Landscapes

Sakura trees

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(Toronto Dominion Center, by Mies van der Rohe, Photo by Balthazar Korab taken in Balthazar Korab, one of the leading architectural photographers in the period after World War II. Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, Bauhaus, Gothic Architecture, Interior Architecture, Toronto Architecture, Architecture Panel, Building Architecture, Architecture Portfolio, Luigi Snozzi

B. Korab: Architect of Photography

Amazing photos from a new book on Balthazar Korab’s architectural photography

Rainy Day in Chinatown (Toronto) Photograph - Wall Art Stop The Rain, I Love Rain, Toronto Images, Bistros, Store Fronts, Rainy Days, Sadness, Facade, Gypsy

Toronto through the lens of Michael Chrisman

Toronto is a hub of photography. In addition to being one of the most photographed cities in the world, some of the best professional and amateur p...

The Ontario College of Art and Design has a very unique architecture that has most definitely become a landmark in Toronto. Designed by Allsop. An addition supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building. Westminster, Toronto Architecture, Famous Architecture, Quebec, Calgary, Toronto Ontario Canada, Montreal Canada, Vancouver, City Landscape


Urban Capital 's Trends in Design series is back in Ottawa with three new design presentations to inspire and share ideas with the ci...