Toronto boasts unique, often polarizing buildings designed by architects who aren't interested in stamping out the same old same old. Just consider the wildly-diverging opinions on buildings like Daniel Libeskind's ROM Crystal, Will Alsop's OCAD tabletop-on-coloured-pencils, and most recently Frank Gehry's enormously ambitious project for David Mirvish on King Street West (that one's already on its umpteenth revision; who knows what Gehry's going to shake out next?). To give you an idea of the calibre of Toronto's notable architecture, old and new, check out our map. Suggestions? Comments? Diatribes? Let 'em fly in the comments, or drop a note to our tipline.
· Toronto's most influential buildings [Toronto Star]
· Starchitecture on Curbed National [Curbed]