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Beauty blows onto Bay St. Toronto architect Philip Beesley is one of those particularly Canadian art heroes — celebrated abroad, but rarely exhibiting domestically. That’s changing this week as Beesley — the hit of last year’s Venice Architecture Biennale — opens Sargasso, a sprawling interactive installation, at Toronto’s Brookfield Place as part of Luminato. (Brett Gundlock/National Post)

Beauty blows onto Bay St.
Toronto architect Philip Beesley is one of those particularly Canadian art heroes — celebrated abroad, but rarely exhibiting domestically. That’s changing this week as Beesley — the hit of last year’s Venice Architecture Biennale — opens Sargasso, a sprawling interactive installation, at Toronto’s Brookfield Place as part of Luminato. (Brett Gundlock/National Post)

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    I saw this while at lunch with my Deloitte team yesterday! Hahaha, so cool :D
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