Photo: It's Blossoms and Brutalism Time

Tree blossoms against a backdrop of a blue sky and skyscrapers

Cherry Blossoms at Toronto's Robarts Library

I am rather fond of the Robarts Library in Toronto. I have happy memories of chaining myself to its doors when it opened, in our successful campaign for undergrad stack access. But I absolutely love it every spring when the cherry blossoms burst out, and have returned every year for a decade to capture these blossoms and brutalism. Other stories about blossoms or the building: RIP Danforth Toan, Architect of Brutalist Libraries Happy Birthday, Robarts Library: Canada's best bit of brutalism is 40 The Architecture Lover's Manifesto In praise of Brutalist architecture