Ryerson in monochrome


Here is another lounge area inside the new film building. This one is found along the left side of the building (if you're looking at my previous shot). Yesterday's lounge was actually more of a closed, office type space where students can hold meetings or auditions for their projects. It would be on the right side of the building (again if you're looking at my previous shot).

All of those glass window lounges and offices were added on as part of the renovation. They sort of just added a little bit of extra space around the perimeter and made it more modern-looking with the addition of all the big windows. Pretty neat idea!
You can see more shots from monochrome maniacs at the Weekend in Black and White.

13 comments:

Lowell said...

Even though it reminds me a bit of an airport terminal waiting area, I like it a lot. But then I like to lounge a lot. :-)

Paul in Powell River said...

I like this! - brings back memories of my college days (at St Lawrence in Kingston).

Dragonstar said...

I like all those lines, and the lighting.

Regina K said...

Love this is b&w and great angle. Lounge areas are needed everywhere in college.

EG Wow said...

Monochrome makes it look net, clean and modern.

Kate said...

It looks like a very sleek and modern place.

Lois said...

I really like the way this looks in monochrome!

VioletSky said...

I'm glad you took these (since I seem to have not taken any!)

Halcyon said...

@Lowell & Paul - I think it's much nicer than the lounges we had at university back in my day!

Jack said...

Nice perspective, Halcyon. Looks good in black and white.

Randy said...

Wonderful black and white!

NixBlog said...

Great pick for the B&W shot, with strong lines and perspective!

JM said...

Great shot! I think the b&w looks perfect here.

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