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Toronto's Distillery District


Recognized for its cobblestone streets, Victorian Industrial architecture and being one of the city's hubs for arts, culture and events. Home to live theatres, galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes and award-winning restaurants.















The huge love lock sign is a must-see art piece in the Distillery District. A place where you and your partner can lock a lock onto the love sign!
The huge love lock sign is a must-see art piece in the Distillery District. A place where you and your partner can lock a lock onto the love sign!












Symbolic Peace is a laser cut, cold rolled steel sculpture inspired by the strength of diversity in our community. It is representative of individuals and communities living together in harmony despite their superficial differences, and the fact that only together can we create something greater and more beautiful than the individual parts.
Symbolic Peace is a laser cut, cold rolled steel sculpture inspired by the strength of diversity in our community. It is representative of individuals and communities living together in harmony despite their superficial differences, and the fact that only together we can create something greater and more beautiful than the individual parts.












The Epitonium creates a beautiful, functional landscape. This idea causes natural shelters to become a refuge. The design is inspired by epitonium, a type of seashell.
The Epitonium creates a beautiful, functional landscape. This idea causes natural shelters to become a refuge. The design is inspired by epitonium, a type of seashell. Design Team: M. Yengiabad, Mojtaba Anoosha.

ARc de Blob is a colourful landmark, a point of orientation, interaction and refuge.
ARc de Blob is a colourful landmark, a point of orientation, interaction and refuge. Design Team: iheartblob: A. Belitskaja, B. James and S. McCallum.








This Millstone brought from England to the town of York 1832 was used for grinding grain in the historic windmill of Gooderham & Worts.
This Millstone brought from England to the town of York 1832 was used for grinding grain in the historic windmill of Gooderham & Worts.