Trump Toronto
David Whittaker
Trump Toronto
Apr 06, 2012
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Trump Toronto_01 Trump_01 The Trump Building is between Scotia Plaza, the headquarters of Scotiabank (to its left) and First Canadian Place, the home of Bank of Montreal, (to its right). 

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Trump Toronto_02 Trump_02 Suits, the ground-floor lobby bar contrasts golden curtains and tufted black leather seating. 

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Trump Toronto_03 Trump_03 In guest rooms, oversized three-foot-by-eight-foot images of cherry blossoms are printed on canvas and mounted on the walls above the headboards as statement pieces. 

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Trump Toronto_04 Trump_04 In the lobby, polished granite floors, white onyx-paneled walls, and lush upholstery give visitors a first glimpse at the hotel's restrained opulence. 

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Trump Toronto_05 Trump_05 For a staircase connecting banquet floors, a lasercut chrome balustrade in an organic filigree pattern is topped with a black lacquer handrail. 

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Trump Toronto_06 Trump_06 In the lounge of the restaurant, Stock, plaster reliefs on the ceiling and brushed oak taormina floors help define the space. A semi-precious quartz bar, nail-head detailing on banquettes, and custom crystal table lights imbue Art Deco glamour. 

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Trump Toronto_07 Trump_07 In the hall adjacent to ballrooms, a restrained use of color allows the rich materials and details to come to the fore. 

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Trump Toronto_08 Trump_08 A seating area in the lobby carries the sophisticated palette of bronze, ebony, smoky gray, and ivory. 

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Trump Toronto_09 Trump_09 Behind the reception desk is a three-dimensional sculpture in the form of a cherry blossom branch, handmade of Czech crystals and illuminated with LEDs. 

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Trump Toronto_10 Trump_10 Bathrooms boast rainfall showers, in-mirror television screens, and deep soaking tubs. 

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