University campuses include some of the most interesting buildings across the GTA, and over the years many of them have been included on Doors Open. This year, one might be curious about the new Archives of Ontario building up at York University, more for what's inside than for the uninspired exterior, but for many it's a long way to go for only one building. Why aren't more York U buildings on the tour? The campus certainly has lots of interesting places to see that have opened over the last several years...

but the campus to hit this year is the U of T's Scarborough campus. Only open on Saturday the 29th, six buildings await your curiousity there, five of them six years old or younger, while the sixth is the classic 1965 brutalist structure by John Andrews that serves as the campus's multi-wing main building. 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoMain Building, Image by Doors Open Toronto

All of the details await at this link, but here's a quick look at the buildings that are open: Academic Resource Centre, Brian McKay-Lyons, 2004 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoAcademic Resource Centre, Image by Doors Open Toronto

Arts & Administration Building, Montgomery & Sisam, 2005 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoArts & Administration Building, Image by Doors Open Toronto

Management Building, KPMB, 2004 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoManagement Building, Image by Doors Open Toronto

Science Research Building, Moriyama Teshima, 2006 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoScience Research Building, Image by Doors Open Toronto

Student Centre, Dunlop Architects, 2004 

U of T Scarborough campus, TorontoStudent Centre, Image by Doors Open Toronto