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Architect Ernest Annau brought light, air, and a sense that anything is possible to Toronto architecture

The Toronto work of architect Ernest Annau. Bedford Glen (1976).Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Bedford Glen (1976).Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Bedford Glen (1976).Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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The Toronto work of architect Ernest Annau. Rosegarden Mews.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Rosegarden Mews.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Rosegarden Mews.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Rosegarden Mews.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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A 1940s building that Annau Associates converted in the 1980s (corner of Avenue Rd. and Balmoral Ave.).Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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The Toronto work of architect Ernest Annau. Concorde Park towers.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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The Toronto work of architect Ernest Annau. Winona Co-op, with concrete arms that hold the balconies to eliminate thermal bridging.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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The Toronto work of architect Ernest Annau. Former Royal Bank at Harbord and Spadina, now vacant.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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Former Royal Bank at Harbord and Spadina, now vacant.Dave LeBlanc/The Globe and Mail

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