Our cousins over at Curbed Chicago know about this Toronto library that invokes the most cubist kind of turkey imagery imaginable. It is the Robarts Library at the University of Toronto and, fittingly, the rare books collection is stored right in the neck-like part of the structure. Curbed National contributes some more of the history, with the note that the building was a joint effort between Mathers & Haldenby Architects and Warner, Burns, Town & Lunde in 1972.
· The World's Most Imposing Turkey-Like Building [CC]
· Behold The World's Sole Example Of Turkey-Shaped Brutalism [CN]