First an observation on space
Scrivener Public Square
Designed by Toronto architect Stephen Teeple and named after the late MPP Margaret Scrivener, it includes a ‘tipping fountain’ by artist Robert Fones and a series of small, angular streams and ponds that are refreshingly free of the unnecessary safety barriers that too often ruin good urban design.
Stroll: Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto
Second an observation on time
Working with public artist Robert Fones, the team proposed to install a Japanese Tipping Fountain that relates directly to the original clock tower on the station building. The result is a physical representation of passing time.
From the Teeple website
And so for day 2227