civic centre

By: Lesley

Jul 17 2012

Category: Mississauga

8 Comments

Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:23mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

Yesterday, I showed the inside of the Great Hall of the city hall building. Here is the north entrance with a good view of the pyramid skylight over the atrium.

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8 comments on “civic centre”

  1. I won’t have guessed from the outside what the inside looked like. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  2. Great looking building, The glass pyramid is pretty. Great shot, thanks for sharing.

  3. an interesting building indeed. CanĀ“t say if I like it or not. Strange!

  4. Glass pyramids are such a great design feature to bring in light. But I would never have expected the outside to look the way it does after seeing the building from within.

  5. Hi there – I like the way that the two pyramids work together in this building – somebody earned their money when they thought of that!

    Stewart M – Australia

  6. With these two posts, you have done a great job of highlighting the contradiction in exterior and interior style, one clean and practical, the other with limitless potential for the imagination to soar.

  7. I love the clock tower and the glass — I’m going backwards, so off now to look at the inside.

  8. Looks like this one building has covered the entire spectrum of shapes. Circles, triangles, rectangles, squares it seems to have them all.


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