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Towers of Power: An empirical analysis of Toronto’s Central Business District

Towers of Power: An empirical analysis of Toronto’s Central Business District

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Title: Towers of Power: An empirical analysis of Toronto’s Central Business District
Author: Kitchen, Jonathan
Abstract: Kitchen travelled to Toronto’s business district to examine the physical form of downtown office tower complexes and Toronto’s PATH system. Especially for a second year course paper, his combination of theoretical fluency, empirical research (including observation), and relevant secondary sources is excellent. The author's photographs were an important addition, clearly illustrating the paper's argument that architecture in the Toronto urban core replicates and encourages inequitable social and spatial relations.
Type: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/26305
Citation: Kitchen, Jonathan. Towers of Power: An empirical analysis of Toronto’s Central Business District. The William Westfall Canadian Studies Award - 2013 Prize Winner, Toronto.
Date: 2013

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