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Dress
Dress of black silk taffeta and black and white cotton; strapless; full-length; bodice of black silk taffeta has uneven horizontal tucks creating a ruching effect across the ribs; bow at CF neckline; full white cotton lawn skirt gathers into waistline; black cotton lawn floral applique covers skirt; CB zipper; 6" wide crinoline around inside of hem; first layer under skirt is sheer white nylon with 6" wide crinoline around inside of hem; bottom layer of skirt is heavy white silk with 6" wide crinoline encased around hem. Designer's label: Oscar de la Renta Size: "8" Origin: "Made / in USA"
Evening Gown
Evening gown of heavy-weight bronze silk with metallic gold, red, green and brown silk embroidery. Strapless sheath silhouette trimmed with brown velvet above bust, and embellished with heavy beading at the bodice. Train cascades from inside back of bodice; multiple hook and eye closures with zipper; lined with orange acetate. Designer's label: "Marta de Diego"
Rose Garden
Jacket of dark blue denim combined with a dark red embroidered yoke and a variety of multi-colored trim. The rectangle-shaped center back panel is made up of a mixed cotton patchwork and an embroidered hummingbird in a flora and fauna motif. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Amy Zerner / Spiritual Couture" Content/care tag and size "3" tag attached to base of designer label.
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.
650 Apartments
The view is of the apartment building in the distance with some parked cars. The facade is comprised of square shapes for windows and the laminate siding. Some yellow siding detail is also visible.
650 Apartments
The view is of the facade of one of the four apartment modules. The facade is a rich reddish brown and bright yellow with many square windows and balconies.
Big Sweep
The large sculpture depicts a broom and a dustpan. The dustpan is bright blue and the broom sweeps two pieces of white debris.
CA 04-2
This mostly white painting includes vertical wavy parallel black and gray lines and lined horizontal texture.
CD 04-5
This predominately yellow oil painting also has many vertical wavy black lines and linear horizontal texture.
CE 04-6
This predominately blue oil painting contains many parallel wavy vertical black lines, a few red and yellow vertical lines as well with horizontal linear texture.
CF 04-7
This predominately blue painting includes vertical black wavy lines and linear texture.
CG 04-8
This predominately white painting also includes vertical multi-colored parallel wavy lines with linear texture. In this photograph of the painting, the studio floor of the artist is visible.
CH 04-9
This predominately red/orange painting has darker vertical wavy parallel lines and linear texture.
CI 04-10
This yellow painting includes curved and wavy lines with perpendicular linear texture.
Dress
Dress of black cashmere jersey and light blue silk zibeline. The black cashmere jersey bodice is halter style, backless, with single button at nape of neck and attached sash ties in back at natural waistline to tie at front. The full-length skirt is of blue silk zibeline, A-line, with black floral raffia embroidery at hem and up side seams in triangular panels. The embroidery is accented with black hand-beading and crystal bead clusters. Skirt with center back hidden zipper in light blue. The skirt is lined in light blue, and the halter-top is lined in a black wool(?) jersey.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The interior of the children's hospital includes a vaulted glass ceiling and a bright red elevator from the lobby to the fourth floor. A cafeteria is on the ground, so-called beach level, floor.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The rear elevation detail and a view upward of the Conservatory is visible.
Evelina Children's Hospital
Four levels of vaulted glass, steel and brick are juxtaposed.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The ceiling supports and construction components are visible outside and above the patients' rooms.
Evelina Children's Hospital
A portion of the facade and main entrance are visible from Lambeth Palace Road.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The interior view upwards shows the end of the conservatory wall and ceiling.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The interior includes tubular steel and glass shaft for the elevator.
Evelina Children's Hospital
An interior view that shows a children's slide and an activities zone. Starslide, a fiberglass slide, seventeen feet high, created by Lilliane Lijn, is part of the activities area.
Evelina Children's Hospital
The view straight up into the ceiling reveals the pattern of arch supports.
Forum Building and Plaza
A close view of the decorative metal cladding of one of the pillars is shown in this view. The texture consists of shiny area punctuated with pierced areas.
Forum Building and Plaza
A close detail of the exterior facade looking straight skyward shows how breaks in the surface of the triangular building are created to include windows which allows natural light into the interior space.
Forum Building and Plaza
A very close detail of the exterior of the building shows the textured blue concrete and a large vertical angular break in the surface of the facade shows a window inserted in the fissure.
Forum Building and Plaza
The close detail view shows the decorative textures of the panels comprising the skylight walls.
Forum Building and Plaza
A close view of the exterior shows the textured blue concrete and the glass windows. The raking angle shows one side of the triangular building.
Forum Building and Plaza
The interior of the exhibition hall is shown in this view which includes one of the main support pillars. The decorative metal texture of the pillar is shown in this view as well.
Forum Building and Plaza
The view upward shows the mirror clad skylight.
Forum Building and Plaza
The view is of the stairs leading down to the auditorium. The upper level which consists of the exhibition hall is supported by the pillars.
Forum Building and Plaza
The view is of an apex of the triangular shaped building. Pillars underneath creating an open public space are also visible.
Forum Building and Plaza
The view is of one side of the triangular shaped and elevated building. The sliver shapes are windows. The pillars underneath and some space is also visible.
Self-Contained Unit
The sculpture consists of two brown shapes resembling seed pods. Each half has an interior texture. Around the edge of each half are hinges with small wheels on the ends.
Snail
The sculpture depicts a large blue-green hand with four fingers outstretched. A pink spiral circles the back of the hand and crosses over three vertical black bar openings.
Umbracle 2004
The sculptural group consists of several pieces of parallel metal bars inside which are blue, green or purple slats. They appear to undulate in the wind. They are permanently installed near the Forum Building and Plaza by Herzog and de Meuron architectural firm.
Backward N Come Together Edges
The square blue painting's surface is covered with a scratched into the surface grid pattern and across the uppermost surface is a backward N shape in a bright orange color.
Beijing National Stadium
The exterior of the southeastern elevation of the stadium is shown in this view. This stadium is affectionately called the bird's nest.
Beijing National Stadium
The view shows the exterior structural pattern of beams creating the distinctive shape.
Beijing National Stadium
The view shows the west flank of the building and a subterranean entrance.