Great Hall

By: Lesley

Jul 16 2012

Category: Mississauga

9 Comments

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I was taken aback when I entered inside the Mississauga City Hall the other day. It is a rather large, forbidding looking structure from the outside, but inside is a light filled, four-storey atrium of the Great Hall with its pyramid skylight and the marble walls.

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9 comments on “Great Hall”

  1. It is a very interesting collection of shapes, colors, designs, and windows.

  2. Very pretty – that’s a lovely combination of old and new! And what a unique color, too!

  3. I would never have thought the inside looked like this! What a contrast.
    And that is one huge skylight.

  4. [...] Southern Ontario, discovered architecturally Great Hall [...]

  5. Thank you for this interesting journey very much. Please have a good Tuesday.

  6. The atrium is great – the fortress look on the outside is lightened considerably on the inside. The sky I assume gives the blue hue that washes over the scene. I like the trim that follows the arch – it feels like steps to climb up to the second floor window. A fun illusion inset into a great frame!

  7. Wow it is very warm and inviting, not at all expected for sure.

  8. Amazing the difference. Complete change of century once you step indoors.


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