Ottawa architectural patterns. Here there are some representative images from my multiple photos I took in Ottawa. You can see some representing patterns, intersecting lines, rows and geometry in the architecture of the beautiful capital of Canada.
#1 – Window reflections and architectural patterns, downtown Ottawa
#2 – Lines and patterns of a modern office building on Spark street, Ottawa. It’s all glass, steel and concrete.
Blue on blue: cubic shapes, reflections, shadows and intersecting lines – TD Bank Glass office building, downtown Ottawa
#3 – Inside The Library Of The Parliament, Ottawa.
This is a detail of the impressive historic library of the Parliament in Ottawa. It’s the last and larger part of the original building that burned down in 1916. As you can see there is still a lot of wood there.
#4 – The organ pipe at St. Mary cathedral in Ottawa
This impressive wooden organ pipe was originally built in 1887 S.R. Warren & Son. Later, it has restored in 1930 with additional mechanical parts (see more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Patrick%27s_Basilica,_Ottawa)
Here you can see more pictures from the Canadian Capital as art prints for wall, home decor and accessories.
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