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“Trees of The Murano” at Murano

Artist Barbara Astman is deeply interested in the concept of marrying the natural world and urban environment in her work. Barbara’s intention was to animate the building of Murano Condominiums somehow and the idea of reflection of trees on windows became a starting point for her installation. Using silhouettes of winter trees against multi-coloured glass, the artwork changes with the time of day as light diffuses through it differently each time while maintaining an unobstructed view of the outside world.

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Lanterra tops off Glenhill Condominiums

Lanterra Developments topped off Glenhill Condominiums. The nine-storey luxury boutique building, on the corner of Bathurst and Glencairn in Toronto, will welcome occupants in 2025. The condo will bring 127...

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Don’t Miss This Year’s Epic Adventure to Iceland! 

Calling all adventure seeking Agents! Grab your hiking boots, parkas, and passport in preparation to experience the land of fire and ice. Lanterra is thrilled to announce that qualifying agents...

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AI is coming: Is the real estate and development industry ready?

Toronto panel discusses the vast potential impact in just one sector: Marketing and preconstruction sales Much has been written about the sweeping societal impacts of artificial intelligence, but real estate...

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