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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 spiral ramp descends toward the exit and gift shop.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The Walker court includes seating with serpentine stairs overhead.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The skylight and supporting structure consists of tubular trusses.
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
Exiting from the stairs on level three leads to Bailie Court.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The Bailie Court room is used for special gatherings and meetings.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The serpentine staircase is made of plywood and is wrapped in windows.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
Frank Gehry designed seating for the exhibition areas.
Transformation: Art Gallery of Ontario
The sculpture exhibtion area contains objects from several cultures.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
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John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view of the exterior shows two pyramidal shapes on the rooftops.
CN Tower
The view shows the world's tallest tower in its place in the city.
CN Tower
The view shows an extremely close view of the exterior surface of the tower and the sensors projecting.
CN Tower
The view is of the upper portion of the transmission tower. It clearly shows the pinnacle as well as the observation pod.
Habitat '67
The view shows the entirety of the facade and the complex's orientation to the river.
Habitat '67
The view is from across the river and shows the bulk of the dwelling complex.
Habitat '67
The partial view is of the exterior facade and some boats on the river adjoining the apartment complex.
Habitat '67
The raking view shows some undersides of units and the arrangement of some parking and some elevated walkways.
Habitat '67
The upward view shows the arrangement of some elevated walkways and juxtaposition of some concrete units.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view shows the large entrance side of the museum with the two sides supported by large towers punctuated with tall vertical entrances and circular windows above. Across the top of the building is a series of small horizontal windows divided in the center by a larger square window. This side of the building is white.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view is of an entrance with close view of the white marble and tall vertical door with a circular window above resembling a lower case letter i.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view is raking upward and shows the majority of the street side facade. The vertical windows have a series of horizontal smaller windows above and punctuating the top of the facade are a series of tiny windows spaced apart. The pyramidal shapes at the top of the vertical windows is clearly shown in this view.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view shows two vertical windows with the many panes, some of which jut outward forming pyramid shapes.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view is an architectural detail of ramps and structural supports.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The interior view shows the passageway and ramps.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view is a facade detail with entrance and tower as a structural piece punctuated with circular openings and small horizontal windows across the top.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The view is of the entire street side facade which is made up a gradation of six hues of stone with white at each end. Each section hosts a large vertical window with multiple panes at the top of which are three-dimensional pyramidal shapes.
Habitat '67
The exterior view shows a section of the apartment complex and little of the surrounding contextual landscape.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is a detail of an entrance with a large glass and steel pyramidal structure butting through the columns that form a foyer.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of an entrance with a paved patio, raised planting beds and a large grassy lawn. In the distance can be seen the pyramidal shapes and a portion of the tower scaffolding.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
A close detail of the facade with its three-story columns is visible.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
This view of the building complex includes a structural log-cabin style fortress in a small area next to the building. The fort is constructed of hewn logs with a fence along the top of which are sculpted fish-like forms.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the connections between buildings and some of the landscape. Also visible is an elevated walkway tunnel.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of a tiled courtyard with two outdoor sculptures.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is parallel to the facade and shows a close detail with each floor visible through the glass walls.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The raking view is of the interior hallway of the top floor which runs the width of the building. The glass roof is visible as are the glass rails next to the exterior glass wall. A small space between the glass railings and the columns affords air space and an open feel to the floors below.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The raking interior view shows two floors and the air space allowed between the exterior of the building and the hallway above the first floor. A portion of the glass roof is visible. The tall concrete columns and the glass walls with the tiled floor are seen.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The interior view shows the glass exterior wall, some flooring and some of the concrete columns supporting the upper floors. The green lawn is also visible past the glass wall.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the exterior. Visible is the large pyramidal shape and the slim point of a second one. Large concrete block portions of the building are also visible on either side of the round glass protrusion.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the top of the metal and glass pointed shapes reaching above the main rooftop.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the exterior facade that faces the river. The scaffolding towers are visible in the foreground.
National Gallery of Canada
The exterior of the museum is seen in full from a raking angle from the east to south-southwest.
National Gallery of Canada
The view is of the entire south side of the museum and shows the glass walls as well as the glass geometrical shaped towers on either end. Banners grace the side of the building as well.
National Gallery of Canada
The exterior wall is shown at a raking angle with the large glass geometric tower in the background. A banner announcing an Anish Kapoor exhibition is also visible.
National Gallery of Canada
The glass exterior is shown with the pointed glass roof top and banners announcing exhibitions hanging on the side of the building.
National Gallery of Canada
Ceiling lighting, natural and artificial, is shown in this detail view of the art museum.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The building as well as the bare scaffold towers are seen from across the river and bridge.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view from afar shows the facade of the main building as well as part of the tower scaffolding.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the building street side and includes a large portion of two sides of the facade.