Urban landscapes: the walls of sunrise light


This 160,000 square foot building, designed by Allied Works Architecture, is part of the revitalization of the downtown east end of this western Canadian city. Clad in glazed terra cotta, Studio Bell is the home of the National Music Centre.
It opened on Canada Day in 2016 and has an extensive collection of musical instruments, historical items and more. I was blessed to visit just as sunrise light was reflecting on this portion of the structure.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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