Inside the Royal Ontario Museum

Last month I stopped by the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) for a couple reasons. First, there was a Dior exhibit I wanted to checkout. Second, the architectural design of this museum is great. I was focused on the Daniel Libeskind expansion on this visit. The exterior of this is dubbed The Crystal. This very angular, maybe even jagged, addition to the older architecture of the original building offers an interesting contrast. While I didn’t focus on this for this trip, I was inside instead, I managed a few shots from a previous visit.
On this trip I spent most of my time photographing the equally angular staircase inside.
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
A rare wider shot, but I couldn’t resist those great chairs and all those angles.
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
The next three shots were of the ceiling detail in the lobby area. I preferred the color version for these. However, if you would like to see the B&W version and more abstracts you can check out this set.
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind
royal ontario museum, daniel libeskind

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