We have a number of architectural atlases and anthologies which contain basic information on your building and can be a good starting point for your research. Search the box below on the architect or firm, the building name, the geographic location (e.g. Canada and architecture, Toronto and architecture) or the type of buildings (e.g. church and architecture).
TIP: Our Key Buildings series comes with a CD-ROM with dwg files on each building.
We may have a book that covers your building. Search the box above on architect/firm (e.g. Norman Foster or KPMB), or building name, architectural period, geography (e.g. architecture and toronto), or type of building (architecture and church).
Search Art & Architecture Complete. Be sure to uncheck the full-text box to find references to print journals.
If your building is in Canada be sure to search the CBCA Complete database for Canadian journals and newspapers that might feature your building.
Other online resources:
All George Brown College students are eligible to apply for a Toronto Public Library Card. This allows you to use the TPL databases, such as Avery Architectural Index, and to check out books. The main Reference Library at Yonge and Bloor has an excellent architecture collection. They have a number of print architecture journals that pre-date our print collection and a large architecture book collection.