Soaring above Toronto's skyline, Forma will be the tallest Gehry-designed building in the world.
Named for the Latin and Italian meaning for form, shape and appearance, and inspired by the towers’ dancing movement, Forma marks a bold, yet timeless masterpiece that will forever impact the way that visitors and residents experience Toronto.
Frank Gehry, the foremost architect of our time, whose contributions to modern architecture and sculptural design is the driving force behind Forma.
Frank Gehry’s unique forms are the hallmark of his international recognition. The design of Forma's towers creates a sense of movement that will transcend the building while also paying homage to the city where he grew up.
Gehry's unique art forms are the hallmark of his international recognition, and the design of Forma's towers creates a sense of movement that will transcend the building.
AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO LIVE IN A WORK OF ART
Forma presents unparalleled architecture and interior design to create a world-class condominium masterpiece. Standing 73 and 84 storeys tall at the nexus of the entertainment and financial districts in Toronto, Forma will be Frank Gehry’s tallest residential towers, offering breathtaking views, bespoke suite finishes, elevated lifestyle amenities and services, wellness spaces, entertainment lounges, creative co-working spaces and an outdoor terrace to call home.
“Forma will be an exceptional addition to the city’s downtown Entertainment and Financial District,” said Krystal Koo, Head of Marketing & Sales of Dream Unlimited Corp. “By collaborating with a full team of local and internationally recognized design talent, Forma brings inspiration from around the world and will become a new landmark for the city’s skyline, elevating Toronto on the global stage.”
Forma, a mixed-use development, located at Downtown Toronto’s 266-284 King Street West, will feature two residential towers – one will be 73 stories and the other will be 84 stories with a total of 2034 condominiums – commercial and retail spaces and a new space for OCAD University.