Step inside -- a pool and a waterfall gently screen out the street noise, and the space opens dramatically to the sky. Light and air flood every corner. This 1977 six-story structure is another masterwork by Toronto architect Raymond Moriyama, who also designed the Bata Shoe Museum. Recent reconstruction has only improved the space: The addition of the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon on the second floor provides a space for free literary and cultural programming organized by the library.