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East/West

A Guide to Where People Live in Downtown Toronto

edited by Nancy Byrtus; Michael McClelland & Mark Fram

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East/West is a guided tour of old stories and fresh perspectives on the architecture and planning of housing and urban development in central Toronto - including both success stories and perennial problems. Specially prepared maps, over 120 photos and scores of essays cover more than a hundred sites, neighbourhoods and current issues. The editors are practising professionals in architecture, planning and historic preservation in Canada.

About the Authors

Nancy Byrtus holds a Master of Arts degree in Heritage Conservation. A former Director of the Framingham Historical Society in Massachusetts and member of the board of Heritage Vancouver, Nancy now works at ERA Architects Inc. in Toronto. She is a member of CAPHC and ICOMOS Canada.

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Nancy Byrtus holds a Master of Arts degree in Heritage Conservation. A former Director of the Framingham Historical Society in Massachusetts and member of the board of Heritage Vancouver, Nancy now works at ERA Architects Inc. in Toronto. She is a member of CAPHC and ICOMOS Canada.

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Mark Fram is an architectural consultant, designer and planner. He has written extensively about architecture and the history and planning of buildings and cities. Books by Mark Fram include East/West (co-written with Nancy Byrtus), Well-Preserved and 4Square. He holds professional and graduate degrees from the University of Toronto, where he teaches in the faculty of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

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Nancy Byrtus holds a Master of Arts degree in Heritage Conservation. A former Director of the Framingham Historical Society in Massachusetts and member of the board of Heritage Vancouver, Nancy now works at ERA Architects Inc. in Toronto. She is a member of CAPHC and ICOMOS Canada.

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