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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