Neo-Pelagic Gothic Revival

A wad of food-themed architecture has sprung up in the lobbies of some of the TD Centre towers.  I am not sure what exactly they are supposed to represent, but rest assured that somewhere in the city, self-righteous souls are harrumphing over this horrendous waste of non-perishable food.

There are many displays such as a house, a space shuttle, and a large worm taking a bite out of an apple.  The structure below (which I dub “Albacore Abbey”) is constructed out of canned tuna and granola bars; and emulates the soaring arches and flying buttresses of a traditional Gothic cathedral.


Category: Miscellania
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