At least at Cassa they saw fit to clad all the exposed concrete ... something it seems the folks at 111 Lawrence don't plan to do.
The focus was put on you only after you brought up the topic of other people's objectivity.
Need I have to point it out to you?
For the love of God. You're so focused on yourself all the time that you don't even see it. My posts were generic. Your responses were about me, to which my response was again generic, and then your post about you. If you weren't so consistently focused on repairing your ego, maybe you'd respond to the substance of the post, and not the poster.
Some people are so dense that even when you try to explain it to them several times, they still don't get it.
There, that statement is also generic but somehow we all know who we are talking about.
Actually, some people are such egomaniacs that they don't get it.
AN - if you really want a reason to hate this building a ton, take a look from street level across the street from it.
What makes you think I haven't?
Girls, you're both pretty!
Do you need my date of birth and mother's maiden name also now?
You're crazy if you think this heap of elephant dung looks bad only from across the street. It looks bad in every angle and in any distance where you can see it.
By your definition, no building could ever be ugly from a distance then. They could all be bland.
That is so very not true!
Fact is, from a distance even without being able see its ugly skin, this pile's shape has all the gracefulness of this: