Roy Thomson Hall is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in Canada. Inaugurated in 1982, the concert hall is 20,000 m² in size, accommodating 2,630 people. It is currently one of the main venues for the Toronto International Film Festival, with many gala screenings every year.
With a structure made primarily of concrete, steel and glass, Roy Thomson Hall consumed 19,000 cubic meters of high-quality architectural concrete, or about half of what can be found in the CN Tower in Toronto. As impressive as the amount of concrete used was the quality of the finishing work inside and outside the hall.