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Sweet: Gingerbread City submissions on display online and in-person

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Sweet: Gingerbread City submissions on display online and in-person
TORONTO SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS — The Gingerbread City submissions are now on display in-person and online. Above is a model of the Gooderham Building in downtown Toronto.

TORONTO — The Toronto Society of Architects’ Gingerbread City exhibit is now live and all completed gingerbread submissions, as well as the results from the new Kids’ Main Street Program, are on display for the public both online and in-person.

Back for its third year, Gingerbread City 2022 is filled with unique creations built by architects, bakers and clever place makers including mouth-watering landmarks, tasty libraries and freshly baked (and highly sustainable) renos, states the website.

If you are looking for a summary of some of the top architectural topics of the year, look no further than this year’s edible submissions which features references to heritage retention and net-zero gingerbread retrofits.

To view this year’s submissions, visit Toronto Society of Architects Gingerbread City 2022 – Toronto Society of Architects.

Those who want to see a selection of the creations in person can visit the physical exhibit in the storefront window at The Maker Bean Café, located at 1052 Bloor St. W, Toronto, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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