Today’s Usual Photo highlights a unique Modernist school just west connected Toronto’s Spadina Crescent. The Lord Lansdowne Public Facility was constructed in 1961, applying circular shape responding to the tonneau’s constrained site. Listed on Toronto’s Heritage Property Sign-up since 1983, the school’s prominent circular building is noted in this aerial view according to Forum contributor ADRM , facing nw over the site towards the climbing Mirvish Villag complex in a distance.
Lord Lansdowne Public School, look by Forum contributor ADRM
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