Monday, December 03, 2012

Toronto Of The Future

An aerial image of Toronto's future downtown from Cale Vanderveen's Google
Earth model. Buildings in construction are blue, approved in green, sales in
 yellow and proposed in red. The ones in white are pre-application.

Cale Vanderveen, a 17-year-old high school student from Uxbridge, built an interactive 3D model of Toronto's downtown core on his laptop using SketchUp, free 3D modeling software formerly owned by Google.
The model shows just about every future structure currently in the works, from the newly announced Gehry-Mirvish towers to those well under construction, each building colour-coded to show its stage of development. 



Steve said...

I don't even want to think about what the downtown traffic situation will be like in a few years when all these condos become occupied.

The Nag said...

I find the traffic in Toronto unbearable. When I lived there my job entailed a lot of city driving. I can't imagine doing that now.