the business of building

By: Lesley

Feb 21 2011

Category: Mississauga

17 Comments

Aperture:f/4
Focal Length:5.7mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/320 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

Under construction, this new campus for the Sheridan School of Business is accepting applications for the Fall 2011 program. The campus will be a leading edge in its design, services and programming, and will reflect the Creative Campus for Sheridan, according to their website.  You can watch the progress for yourself at the corner of Duke of York Blvd and Prince of Wales Dr in the City Centre area of Mississauga.

Participating in Mellow Yellow Monday and Blue Monday

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17 comments on “the business of building”

  1. What an artisitic building. Though I am too old to like this style.

    • Just recently it was announced that this campus will be named after the city’s 90 year old mayor – Hazel McCallion. You are never too old!!

  2. The mural is excellent!

  3. Looks very derivative of the OCAD building, don’t you think? I’ll have to keep track of this one.

  4. I like it when architects think outside the box and it works. Sometimes it doesn’t and you get a monster. But for a school, this is great! And I agree one is never to old for anything. 😉 Happy MYM to you Lesley.

  5. Very Interesting structure!

    My Mellow Yellow Magnet, have a nice Monday!

  6. Like your two-in-one entry – blue and yellow. It qualifies for Thursday Signs2 as well.

  7. Love the fence surrounding the construction site. Always interesting to see what has been drawn on those.

  8. quite an interesting building design.:p

  9. It looks like it could be a school of architecture.

    Happy Blue Monday.

  10. Wow this is a very pretty building. New structure are awesome!
    Yellow Flowers

  11. Beautiful capture. It’s unique and colorful.

    My Blue Monday.

  12. The architecture is quite unique. A worker was in yellow too :)) (right upper corner of the photo)

  13. I like the building — and if we were there, my husband would love watching it go up! (We stayed at the Empress Hotel once when a large building was going up next to it — he was in his element on our room, maybe like the 7th floor) watching the progress — I was afraid we’d never see any more of Victoria ;>)….and he still loves construction projects.

    That’s a very colorful construction wall too.

  14. Very cool architecture!


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