The textures and shapes of Toronto’s buildings have never looked so mesmerizing. In her series entitled «Fantastical Toronto», Canadian architectural photographer Nanne Springer offers us to dwell on fascinating details, to stare at fragments of buildings that we wouldn’t have necessarily watched. The use of pastel colours also gives her works a surreal dimension.

«This series explores architecture in downtown Toronto – as seen through a filter with natural elements and the question: What if nature would colour a city?», she says. Follow her projects on Instagram.