Toronto Storeys is proud to present a new addition to our site — that will have architects and building designers on the edge of their structures.
Renowned architecture critic and veteran journalist Christopher Hume is reviving his condo critiques, exclusively for TorontoStoreys.com.
Look for the debut of Site Seeing With Hume, Wednesday, May 16.
In 2009, Hume won Canada’s highest honour in print journalism for his columns about architecture and urban affairs: The National Newspaper Award.
The well-known Toronto Star columnist has also received five NNA nominations, and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada gave Hume its President’s Award for Architectural Journalism in 2009. Also, he was honoured with a certificate of appreciation from the Ontario Association of Architects.
In 2014, Ryerson University presented Hume with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws for his writing about the city.
Hume’s book, William James’ Toronto Views, won a Toronto Heritage Award in 2000 and in 2004 he received a Landscape Ontario award.
Born in England in 1951, Hume came to Canada as a child. He was educated at the University of Toronto and Glendon College. Known as a champion of cities and the arts, the writer extraordinaire lives in downtown Toronto.
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