An architectural performance piece, Forma is Frank Gehry’s legacy project. A pirouette rendered in glass and steel shines a light on the King Street promenade he loves so dearly while putting Toronto’s skyline squarely on the map. The Forma supertalls are as complex as ribbons of DNA. Great stretches of the towers become building-sized blocks that rotate on their axis, much like a double helix. Amenities and residential suites and finishes, designed by Toronto-based Studio Paolo Ferrari, radiate out from the condominium’s core. Pivoted, each floor plan ensures unique and private views from every level.