Sculpture: The CN Tower

I love this white CN Tower sculpture placed perfectly in a corner of Douglas Coupland’s home. Thoughts?

At Douglas Coupland's House

See what it is surrounded by here.

For information about visiting the real CN Tower, click here.

Via Table Tonic.

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3 Comments on “Sculpture: The CN Tower”

  1. Johanne says:

    Love it! Of course I have a soft spot for this tower because it’s been on my horizon for so many hears now. I’d love to have a miniature in my house, it’s nice that Douglas Coupland has incorporated it into his beautiful home.

    I love the white chair under the wall of spools, and btw I saw the wall of spools at the Roots x Douglas Coupland exhibit in Toronto and I loved it right away! I thought it was really great and I actually wasn’t sure if it was part of Coupland’s collection or not.. 🙂

    -Johanne

    • Jordana says:

      The spools work is amazing, isn’t it? I’d love to recreate it all in white. So cool…and kind of entertaining for guests too. I love the Roots & DC collaboration you featured.
      (Here’s the link to Johanne’s feature on Fashion in Motion: http://fashioninmotion.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/sac-du-jour-18/ )
      -J
      p.s. For people who don’t know what we’re talking about…click on the link!
      p.p.s. Why are there so many sizes of the Eiffel Tower available for purchase on every Paris street corner yet we’ve got nothing for the CN Tower? Or have we? Have I missed something?

  2. Johanne says:

    I agree- we should have more CN Tower iconic pieces to take home. I have a friend who has a lovely towering pepper mill in the shape of the CN Tower and I adore it!
    -J


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