Over the weekend architect Will Alsop died at the age of 70 after a short illness. I’d written about a couple of his notable buildings on this blog: the Peckham Library in London, which won the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2000, and the Sharpe Centre for Design at OCAD University in Toronto. I’d actually seen the latter in person, so I wrote about it from my experience and with my photos; here are a few of those, showing the building propped above its predecessors and the view down to the shadows cast by the angled stilts. It was a jarring building when completed in 2004 and is a strong element in Toronto’s architectural renaissance this century.
from A Daily Dose of Architecture https://ift.tt/2rFHv7W