Architect Daniel Libeskind’s angled steel Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the aluminum and glass structure looks as if it crashed into the side of the Neo-Romanesque museum—which is either brilliant or appalling, depending on whom you ask.
Pin for Later: You Are Going to Want to Send Your Kids to This Kindergarten The building is a giant ring. The architect described it as "endless circulation" on top of the roof: "If you are a parent, you know that kids love to keep making circles.
The pieces usually consist of steel, cables, and a fabric created by Gore (think GoreTex.) The Gore Tenara is an architectural fabric that is UV "immune" and stain resistant claiming that white will stay white even after long sun exposure.