TSA Guide Map
The TSA guide map was intended to serve as a catalyst to encourage the exploration of the City of Toronto, and to educate the public about its modern architecture. While a number of these projects are already well known, there are many that are not, and they deservedly await further discovery. The guide map was compiled in the hope that many will be inspired to unearth and explore the rich history of contemporary architecture in the City.
The map is organized chronologically by date of construction, with projects of the Greater Toronto Area on one side and of Downtown Toronto on the other. It lists 96 buildings and public spaces in a high quality, full colour, accordion-fold format. Information about major and minor roads, subway lines, highways, major geographical features, as well as the locations of all of the projects is also included.
The 2003 TSA Guide Map Committee:
Graphic Design, Map Design: Flavio Trevisan