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ROBARTS LIBRARY

Robarts Library is the largest library at the University of Toronto and most visited library of the academic institution. Built between the 1960s-70s, it is a notable example of brutalist architecture. You can also visit other libraries which are located within the Robarts Library building, such as the Media Common. The Robarts Common, an extension to Robarts Library, is now under construction. This common will add 1,200 study spots to library, in an airy and well-lit building.

Rating*: 

4/5

Pros

Café, Food & Microwaves. All kinds of study spots. Beautiful view of Toronto on upper floors.

Busy. Need TCard to access the stacks, and can only access them from the 1st floor.

Cons

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LOCATION

HOURS

Mon-Fri: 8:30am-11pm Sat: 9am-10pm Sun: 10am-10pm

WEBSITE

* The rating, out of 5, is subjective based on criteria such as variety of study spots, outlets, aesthetic of the space, etc. 

Questions? l.dantar [at] gmail [dot] com

This is a personal project realized by Laetitia Dandavino-Tardif, 2019

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