Daniel Jankulovski

Snowfall Gust and Frost

Giant modern-style snowflake in the center of the Allen Lambert Galleria.

Snowfall Gust + Frost

The holiday décor on display was inspired by the architectural motif of the Allen Lambert Galleria, the geometry of a single snowflake, and the allure of a freshly frosted-over window pane.

The structural members in the Allen Lambert Galleria were inspired by a fractal patterns occurring in nature. Studio F Minus took that concept and applied it to the construction of snowflakes in nature. Beginning with a “Y” shape, drawn from the Galleria, then repeating and rotating that shape to create a new crystalline structure.

About the Artist

Studio F Minus creates public conversations through art. The team is comprised of Mitchell F Chan, Brad Hindson, and Michael Simon working with a network of world-class fabricators, engineers, and technologists.
Studio F Minus’ creative process is driven by two core principles: considering the public experience, and capturing public values. Because each site we create for is different, each of our artworks is unique.

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Brookfield Place is situated on a 5 - ½ acre site in the heart of the financial district bounded by Bay Wellington, Yonge, and Front Streets.

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Illustration of two guitars with music notes in the background.

Morning Melodies

Illustration of two guitars with music notes in the background.

Morning Melodies

Join us for a live music performance honoring Black History Month on February 28th.

  • February 28th, 2024
  • 8:00AM – 9:30 AM

About The Bentley Collective

The Bentley Collective is an ensemble that brings their own lively interpretations of soul, R&B, funk, and jazz classics. Led by JUNO-winner Brooke Blackburn, along with bassist Roger Williams, their performance will warm up this winter morning.

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For information on where to shop, park, eat and drink and to find out more about our arts and events, contact the Brookfield Place Management Office at 416-777-6480.

Brookfield Place is situated on a 5 - ½ acre site in the heart of the financial district bounded by Bay Wellington, Yonge, and Front Streets.

181 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
416-777-6480

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St. Michaels Choir, group of boys dressed in suits and holding white hats in their hands while singing.

St. Michael’s Choir School

St. Michael’s Choir School

Celebrate the season with everyone at the Allen Lambert Galleria every December.

About St. Michael’s Choir School

Established in 1937, St. Michael’s Choir School provides a unique academic and music program, leveraging a world-renowned sacred music program coupled with excellent academic performance.

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For information on where to shop, park, eat and drink and to find out more about our arts and events, contact the Brookfield Place Management Office at 416-777-6480.

Brookfield Place is situated on a 5 - ½ acre site in the heart of the financial district bounded by Bay Wellington, Yonge, and Front Streets.

181 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
416-777-6480

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Red glowing heart in center on white background.

Our Glowing Hearts®

Red glowing heart.

Our Glowing Hearts®

Throughout February, help us spread the love and support the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Share one of Our Glowing Hearts® on Instagram with the tag #HeartsTO and we will donate $5 for each post to Heart & Stroke!

Look for Our Glowing Hearts at Bay Adelaide Centre, Brookfield Place, Exchange Tower, First Canadian Place, 2 Queen Street East, 2 Bloor East, and 105 Adelaide Street West.

About Heart & Stroke!

The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada connects you with a strong network of supporters looking to inform Canadians about the realities of living with heart disease and neurocognitive impairment, and inspire them to help make strides in research through donations.

About Heart & Stroke

About Our Glowing Hearts®

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For information on where to shop, park, eat and drink and to find out more about our arts and events, contact the Brookfield Place Management Office at 416-777-6480.

Brookfield Place is situated on a 5 - ½ acre site in the heart of the financial district bounded by Bay Wellington, Yonge, and Front Streets.

181 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
416-777-6480

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Long shot of Galleria with plastic water bottles hanging from ceiling.

Floating MaiZe

Long shot of Galleria with plastic water bottles hanging from ceiling.

Floating MAiZE, 2023

by Jean Shin

Known for her inventive works that transform cast-off materials into elegant expressions of place and identity, Jean Shin’s art and practice is ingrained with the idea of sustainability. Shin has repurposed thousands of green plastic Mountain Dew bottles into an elaborate installation that resembles an artificial landscape. This large-scale artwork will float above audiences in the Allen Lambert Galleria, engaging them to consider the relationship between plastic waste, dietary choices, and environmental stewardship.

“Using cast-off or donated materials, I create large-scale sculptures that draw attention to everyday objects, often underscoring their circulation and cumulative effect upon our live environment. In the case of Floating MAiZE, the repurposed single-use plastic Mountain Dew bottles, once filled with soda containing corn syrup, illustrate the issues of corporate extraction and overconsumption, and the harmful effects of highly processed foods on our health. The sheer mass of plastic in Floating MAiZE encourages visitors to consider the failure of the beverage industry to take responsibility for the scale of plastic waste it generates, less than 9% of which is recycled, and this waste’s detrimental effects on the environment and our collective well-being.”

Learn more at jeanshin.com

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For information on where to shop, park, eat and drink and to find out more about our arts and events, contact the Brookfield Place Management Office at 416-777-6480.

Brookfield Place is situated on a 5 - ½ acre site in the heart of the financial district bounded by Bay Wellington, Yonge, and Front Streets.

181 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
416-777-6480

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