Photo(s) of the Week: An Architectural Marvel in Toronto.

A few weeks back a few other travel bloggers and I were walking from the Central Business District to St. Lawrence Market when Mark of Mark’s Travel Journal, a native and local, suggested we walk through Brookfield Place. It’s an office complex and within is an architectural marvel, the six-story Allen Lambert Galleria.

Allen Lambert Galleria, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The atrium was designed by Santiago Calatrava and is also known as the “crystal cathedral of commerce”. You’ll find lots of people looking up and with their cameras ready.

Allen Lambert Galleria, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

8 responses to “Photo(s) of the Week: An Architectural Marvel in Toronto.

  1. Trips By Lance

    Your photos are much better than mine. That’s also where you enter the Hockey Hall of Fame, correct? If it’s not then they have a ceiling that looks just like it. It was very blinding when I was there with the full sun from above.

    • The Hall of Fame entrance is within there. 🙂 Was a pretty cool entrance with a goalie statue sitting right in front. Thanks for the photo praise Lance. Sorry to hear about the sun.

  2. That building looks amazing and your image captured it perfectly!

  3. Fantastic architecture! Very beautiful and elegant, lovely photo perspective!

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