Alex Bozikovic is the architecture critic for The Globe and Mail. His work has also appeared in Azure, Dwell, Frame and Metropolis. He attended the University of Toronto and City University of New York; he is working on an architectural guidebook to Toronto to be published in 2017.
Frank Gehry wants to make his mark in his childhood hometown of Toronto, with three residential towers and a mixed-use project that includes a museum. It would be Gehry’s biggest project yet. But can Toronto’s white-hot market keep up pace?