A brutal trek through Toronto's Brutalist architecture
from Globe and Mail
Already, a cold April rain had pelted the city for 24 hours. That morning, a temperature dip had turned those drops into razor-sharp ice pellets. The sky the colour of a battleship, the sun a memory, Southern Ontario drivers and pedestrians had been warned to stay indoors; hopefully, ice-caked power lines wouldn’t come down to steal precious electricity. It was the perfect day to go hardcore and take in Toronto's Brutalist architecture, that oft-maligned sub-genre of Modernism that celebrates raw concrete.
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