U of T: Robarts Library Renovations & Addition

Robarts Library Expansion at U of T, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Architects
  • Robarts Library Expansion at U of T, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Archite
  • Details of Robarts Library Expansion at U of T, image courtesy of Diamond + Schm
  • Robarts Portico Renovation, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Arhcitects
  • Robarts Portico Renovation, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Arhcitects
  • Robarts Portico Renovation, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Arhcitects
  • Robarts Study Space Renovation, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Arhcitects
  • Robarts Study Space Renovation, image courtesy of Diamond + Schmitt Arhcitects

The Huron Street Pavilion is the signature project of the Robarts renewal and the most important capital project on the U of T campus today. The five-storey structure will become the new face of Robarts, enhancing the Library’s relationship to the campus by opening up the west side of the building to the street, bringing a flood of natural light to the lower floors and making the overall environment more inviting, accessible and productive for students. The Pavilion will join the existing structure through a series of bridges. Most significantly, the new Pavilion will add 1,240 new work and study spaces to Robarts, bringing the library’s total number of study spaces to 6,027.

Project information

St. George St. & Harbord St., Toronto
Institutional
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