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    “The library is a triumph, echoing an earlier period of architecture. It’s broken the bleak, windstripped corner of Bloor and Yonge […] Walking in, the first sensation is one of breathing — the whole building is breathing softly, seductively. There’s an interior street, a fountain […] Serenity is combined with activity — work is going on, voices float through space. There is nothing harsh. How these elements blend is part of Moriyama’s talent for melding sensual, sculptural forms with spaces that let the mind soar — 10 storeys high in the main lobby.” – Marjorie Harris, Toronto Star, October 23, 1977

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