Don't know anything about this place. It just caught my eye as I was driving by. It looks like it may have been a school at one time, and has now been converted into a resource centre for job training, public assistance, etc. Not sure, though. It was Sunday and closed when I was there.
Would rather have photographed this with the sun on the facade, but I was only passing through.
Architects: B+H Architects and Zeidler Partnership Architects (1977) Sculpture: "Flight Stop", by Michael Snow Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Although heavily criticized at the time for its lack of street presence and inward focus (something they've tried to remedy in the intervening years), I have always loved this mall. As a young kid here in the early 80s, I was always completely fascinated and enthralled by the place. It was definitely one of my earliest memories of modern architecture. Seeing it again after 25 years, it seemed much smaller but it was still nice to see again.