Monday, April 25, 2011

Pharmacy at University of Toronto


This is the Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy building at U of T. Designed by the world-renowned British architectural firm Foster and Partners, it was completed in 2006 and has since won many awards for its design and for the technology used in its construction. Located on Queen's Park, it has a fabulous site across from the Ontario Legislature building. I think it is my new favourite building at U of T - mainly for what's inside (which I will show tomorrow)!

8 comments:

LĂșcia said...

This building is wonderful!
I can't wait to see tomorrow's post. ;-)

EG Wow said...

I'm curious to know what's inside. :)

Alan said...

Wow that's an unusual building!

Anonymous said...

great looking building - clean lines with great dimensions and the inside is going to surprise all! like your angle shot - it shows the building to its best. thanks redpat

Steffe said...

Looks a bit different.

Regina K said...

I like the outside, very unique, can't wait to see the inside.

Jack said...

I like it. Do you remember when Prince Charles took Norman Foster and some other modern architects to task? This is not classical, but it does seem rather conservative.

Randy said...

Must be strong glass. Nice building.