BRDGLab’s Crystalline Cityscape of Toronto

On September 29th, Toronto welcomed the return of the 2012 edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, exposing the city to an all-night contemporary art event. 'Top Down', an artificial cityscape made of cardboard tubes and acrylic rods, was among more than 150 projects hitting the streets last weekend. Created by  BRDGlab, a collective of architecture students (Taylor Davey, Samantha Eby, Stephanie Koltun, Katherine Kovalcik), this topographic 3D model of Toronto's building heights completely reinterpreted the familiar urban landscape, giving visitors a chance to observe the city from a whole new perspective.

Special thanks to Gina C and Tanguero Chin for the amazing photos.

photo above by Gina C

Top Down by BRDGlab

photo via BRDGLab

BRDGLab’s "Top Down"

photo by Tanguero Chino

BRDGLab’s "Top Down"

photo by Tanguero Chino

Top Down by BRDGlab

image via BRDGLab

Top Down by BRDGlab

image via BRDGLab

source: BRDGLab and Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

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    Thanks for sharing this post. its a nice art of glass really it’s amazing.