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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The overview shown here is of the south transept and the sidewalk leading to its entrance. Richly carved decoration and figures are also visible.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The main central spire is shown. The many smaller spires attached to the greater spire is visible in this view.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
A close view of the spires shows the richly carved decoration.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The view is of the cupolas and ornately decorated and carved spires.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
Carved decoration of sacred figures in the arched entrance are shown in this close detail view of the exterior of the temple.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The carved figures and arches on the north transept are shown in this close detail.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The view is of the cantilevered balcony and its richly carved wood. The balcony is on the administration and education building adjacent to the temple.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
A large staircase lined up a reflecting pool lead into the main entrance of the temple. The spires and domes are visible in this view as well.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The view is of the highly decorated spires and gold finials.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The temple exterior facade is seen at an angle and from a short distance. A small portion of the adjacent administration and museum building can be seen to the left of the temple.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The view of the facade shows the intricately carved surfaces. The view is from the west. A large staircase leads to the entrance and the entire temple is a bright white color.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The detail view of the temple shows the large staircase and intricately carved arcade at the top of the stairs. However, also shown is signage showing the temple is currently not open.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
This view shows the administration and educational building adjacent to the temple.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The northwest elevation of the temple is seen and a flag flies from each spire.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The view shows the main facade of the temple with its richly decorated spires and domes, large staircase and arcade portico. Perpendicular to the facade is a long and narrow reflecting pool.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Canadian Museum of Cultural Heritage of Indo-Canadians
The stairs lead to a columned portico and entrance. The main entrance is highly decorative in rich surface detail and arches between the columns.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
Frank Gehry designed seating for the exhibition areas.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The skylight and supporting structure consists of tubular trusses.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The facade overlooking Grange Park is clad in blue titanium panels and includes an exterior staircase.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The sculpture exhibtion area contains objects from several cultures.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The Bailie Court room is used for special gatherings and meetings.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The Walker court includes seating with serpentine stairs overhead.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The serpentine staircase is made of plywood and is wrapped in windows.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
On level two the entrance of a staircase forms from a perimeter arcade around Walker Court.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The spiral ramp descends toward the exit and gift shop.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
Exiting from the stairs on level three leads to Bailie Court.
Vancouver Library Square
The view includes both the entry area of the main building as well as a portion of the freestanding elliptical wall.
Vancouver Library Square
The summit of the freestanding wall is shown. The simple, unadorned engaged columns and square insets are shown.
Vancouver Library Square
The close detail shows the window detail of the freestanding outer wall.
Vancouver Library Square
The view shows the inner side of the free standing elliptical wall as well as a sliver of the facade of the main library building.
Vancouver Library Square
The extremely close view shows the upper two colonnades of the free standing wall.
Vancouver Library Square
The close detail view shows the separation of the free standing outer wall and the rest of the building.
Vancouver Library Square
The view is of the free standing elliptical colonnaded wall.
Vancouver Library Square
The southern outer retail wall is shown in this view.
Vancouver Library Square
The Federal Government Office Tower is shown in this view. The Vancouver Library Square includes a library facilities, retail shops, parking, federal office tower and a public garden.
Vancouver Library Square
An interior wall of the library is shown in close detail.
Vancouver Library Square
The view shows the east entrance and the intersection of the main library building and the curved retail wall.
Vancouver Library Square
The view includes the glass ceiling between the two sections of the library, the curved outer retail wall and on the right the main library building.
Vancouver Library Square
The view includes a portion of the exterior facade of the federal office tower and the library portion of the complex.
Vancouver Library Square
The view shows the intersection of the various parts of the built complex. The facade looks particularly golden in the sunlight.
Vancouver Library Square
The street side facade of the library shows its resemblance to the Roman Colosseum.
Vancouver Library Square
The street side retail elevation of the curved portion of the elliptical wall is visible in this view.
Vancouver Library Square
The raking upward view shows the facade of the government office tower.
Vancouver Library Square
The view shows a detail of the colonnaded elliptical wall that resembles Rome's Colosseum.
Vancouver Library Square
The upward raking view shows the facade detail of engaged columns and square insets.
Vancouver Library Square
The view is outward from between the main library building and the curved outer freestanding elliptical wall. The west plaza is shown.
Vancouver Library Square
The southern view through the colonnade of the outer wall looks north.
Vancouver Library Square
The view upward shows the glass ceiling bridging the two portions of the library complex.
Vancouver Library Square
The main entry to the library at the left is shown with a portion of the curved outer wall at right.
Vancouver Library Square
The ground floor view of the exterior includes the stairs and some background context of other buildings.