Archive for April, 2015

Architecture The Doesn’t Serve a Purpose: Eiffel Tower

Apr 23, 2015 ♦

Even if you’ve never been to Paris, you’re probably well aware of what the Eiffel Tower is. It’s one of the most famous landmarks and tourists flock to the site by the hundreds. But what does the Eiffel Tower do? Besides attracting tourists from all around the world, not so much actually.

Rooftop Gardens Galore

Apr 15, 2015 ♦

We’ve still got gardens on the mind – even after writing two blog posts on perfect plants for your condo, and how you can do some gardening on your balcony. Now, we’re looking at rooftop gardens from around the world – after all, we do feature a beautiful rooftop garden atop Emerald Park and 1 […]

Throwback Thursday: Toronto Throughout the Years

Apr 09, 2015 ♦

In honour of Throwback Thursday, we went on the hunt for some old pictures of our favourite city ever: own very own Toronto! We love historical sites from other cities and admiring new architecture from around the world, but nothing truly beats home. Here are some of our favourite finds:

Historical Architecture: The Mayan Ruins

Apr 08, 2015 ♦

It’s been a long time since we wrote about historical architecture on the blog, and what better topic to kick it off with than the Mayan Ruins? One of the world’s most-loved historical stories.