SvN Architects + Planners asked me to capture aerial images during construction at the transformation of the Six Points Interchange in Toronto. We decided to use a drone to capture a variety of angles, from site-wide shots to details of the intersections. Dusk shots provided a different visualization of the streets thanks to the street lights.
From the architect:
The vision for the Six Points Interchange is to transform a multi-tiered freeway junction into an engaging public realm, create connections to the surrounding neighbourhoods and amenities that are currently isolated, and elevate Etobicoke Centre into a significant regional hub. Located at the convergence of Dundas Street West, Kipling Avenue, and Bloor Street West, this '50s-era, car-focused, “spaghetti junction” will be untangled and replaced by three, grade-related intersections that will ensure pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists can co-exist safely. Six Points Interchange is a significant urban transformation project because it reclaims highways and re-imagines them as a thriving public realm.