an architect-award-winning building
located in a public parc
(lucky Torontonians : so many parcs)
presented in a classic-style example of architectural photography.
And just what is that strange building with the abstract hole through it?
@ Hugh, with my best compliments and thank for his helpful "smile"-comment some days ago:
Sherbourne Common is a first park in Toronto that includes storm-water treatment facility and is located on Lower Sherbourne Street at Queen's Quay designed for year round public use. It is a hectare park in a close proximity to the waterfront and the Sugar Beach....
... a Pavilion (the 2009 Awards of Excellence by the Canadian Architect winner; that is the only national awards that recognize projects in the design stage since '80s, by a magazine for architects and related professionals practicing in Canada started in 1955 with a storm-water filtering and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection facility in the basement, equipped with /powered by a renewable energy sources...
(excerpt from Wikipedia)
Hugh: change rooms for skating rink and playing field, washrooms, concessions, etc.