The Michael Lee Crystal, the newest addition to the historic Royal Ontario Museum, is shown here against the sky with a distant building (the Royal Conservatory of Music -- bottom left). It is a very controversial building as it is massive and doesn't fit into the surrounding urban landscape terribly well -- it certainly jumps out at you. Some appreciate it for its cutting-edge architectural stylings (created by Architect Daniel Libeskind) others hate it for its non-crystal like massive mettal intrusion into the streetscape. I'm not a big fan although it has some merits -- for one it makes for great photographs.
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