All hands on deco

My neighbourhood is an interesting one.  In the 50s it was one of the northernmost extremities of the city, but now exists as the dead centre of Toronto.  As such, there’s a nice variety of architecture styles with old and new buildings interspersed along the same streets.

There’s something about the Anne Johnston Health Station which I find inordinately stunning.  This deco style absolutely arrests my eyeballs every time I walk past it.  It exists both as a blessing and a sort of ill omen – a reminder that the similarly stunning building next door was torn down in recent years to make way for a boxy and bland Future Shop.

Click the fullscreen button at the top right-hand corner of the embedded frame below and have a gander.

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