New Images Revealed For Frank Gehry-Designed King Street West Towers In Toronto
New images have been revealed for Frank Gehry-designed King Street West towers in Toronto, the renderings show that the two towers are in progress since the project was first proposed in 2012.
Frank Gehry shared his views about the project on The Globe and Mail and said: “I always feel uneasy blowing my horn.”
“But I think the buildings have a level of humanity other buildings around them don’t have, and a respect for local surroundings.”
Located in downtown Toronto at the cultural intersection of King Street West and Ed Mirvish Way, the towers are located on King Street West and aimed to change the skyline of Toronto.
The towers, clad in stainless steel and blue glass curtain wall, will reach at 308 meters and 266.5 meters tall respectively.