7 Lifeguard stations become works of art as Winter Stations in the Toronto Beaches.

I was so happy to discover that the Warming Stations art project returned to The Beaches again this year.

The temporary art installation stretches across 2 sections of the beach this time, at Woodbine near the pool, and further east along Kew-Balmy Beach.

I caught seven of the eight in total. Somehow I missed the one called “sauna”. Hoping to head back again to check it before they’re gone.

The installations will be on the beach until March 20th, 2016.

fire place

Designed by Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal

the steam canoe

Designed by a team at OCAD University in Toronto

in the belly of a bear

Designed by Caitlind r.c. Brown, Wayne Garrett and Lane Shordee from Calgary

flow

Designed by Calvin Fung and Victor Huynh

lithoform

Designed by a team at Ryerson University in Toronto

floating ropes

Designed by Elodie Doukhan and Nicolas Mussche from Montreal

aurora borealis

Designed by a team at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario

The Winter Stations Design Competition was launched by RAW Design, Ferris + Associates and Curio.

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