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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.
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 a tiled courtyard with two outdoor sculptures.
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 the exterior facade that faces the river. The scaffolding towers are visible in the foreground.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view is of the top of the metal and glass pointed shapes reaching above the main rooftop.
CN Tower
The view shows the world's tallest tower in its place in the city.
CN Tower
The view is of the upper portion of the transmission tower. It clearly shows the pinnacle as well as the observation pod.
CN Tower
The view shows an extremely close view of the exterior surface of the tower and the sensors projecting.
Habitat '67
The view is from across the river and shows the bulk of the dwelling complex.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Sculpture and Fountain
An adult female sculptural figure leads a group of youngsters with outstretched hands across rocks and water.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Sculpture and Fountain
The group of figures comprising a sculptural fountain are depicted in bronze.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Sculpture and Fountain
A young boy runs with out stretched right arm.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Sculpture and Fountain
Two youngsters appear to be following and have their arms out stretched.
John G. Diefenbaker Building
The view of the exterior shows two pyramidal shapes on the rooftops.
Habitat '67
The partial view is of the exterior facade and some boats on the river adjoining the apartment complex.
Habitat '67
The exterior view shows a section of the apartment complex and little of the surrounding contextual landscape.
Habitat '67
The view shows the entirety of the facade and the complex's orientation to the river.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Sculpture and Fountain
The figure of the woman is detailed in this view. Her arms are outstretched and she wears long clothing.
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.
Habitat '67
The mold for one concrete unit for the housing complex is depicted.
Habitat '67
The mold containing the steel armature is readied for concrete pour to create one of the 354 units needed for the construction of the housing complex.
Habitat '67
The fabricated concrete unit is ready for installation as one of 354 discrete units for the housing complex.
Habitat '67
The reinforced steel structure prior to concrete being poured to create one of the 354 units necessary.
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.