Architecture Field Trip by Don Cochran
At the end of April, the RIT architectural photography class went to Buffalo and Toronto. They had a wonderful tour of the interior Darwin Martin house ( Frank Lloyd Wright ) but were unable to photograph because of weather. On the way to Toronto, they stopped first in Mississauga to see the new apartment towers nicknamed Marilyn Monroe towers because of their unique shape.
Once in Toronto they visited the Art Gallery of Ontario ( Frank Gehry renovations ) and the spiral staircase. Next they zipped over to the Brookfield Place – Lambert Galleria ( Santiago Calatrava designed atrium ). Finally they photographed at dusk outside the Royal Ontario Museum. No one was left behind in Canada and it was a long day but a wonderful experience.