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Energy (September 21–25, 2005)

Tudor Jenkins

Our Daily Energy Needs

aleksandar janicijevic

Dundas Square

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

september 21, 2005, 22:22pm

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This relatively recent urban development in the prime location of downtown Toronto was designed with the idea to bring new "energy" into an otherwise deteriorating area.

The intention was to create a space with the potential of fulfilling needs of pedestrians with different events, as well as helping ease traffic (a parking garage is underneath the entire square). Tthe result is a hybrid between real human energy and the energy of the cyber world. Many other aspects of energy are represented: energy of marketing, water energy, energy of entertainment, waste of energy and so on.
http://www.senecac.on.ca/workarea/aleks/squares

http://homepage.mac.com/goodomendesigning/

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Caption in Serbian

ovaj nedavno izgradjeni trg na najboljoj lokaciji u centru toronta, zamisljen je kao urbani prostor koji bi trebao da podigne energetski nivo u gradskoj zoni koja je brzo propadala. namera je bila da se izgradi prostor koji ce zadovoljiti potrebe pesaka za razlicitim manifestacijama a takodje i da smanji zagusenja u saobracaju (garaza je ispod celog trga). rezultat je cudna kombinacija izmedju stvarnog i cyber-imaginarnong sveta. mnogi drugi energetski aspekti su zastupljeni, marketing, zabava, energija vode, pa i razbacivanje energije.

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