This week I’m featuring two buildings chosen because I was attracted to their rounded features. My muse continues to play hide-and-seek with me and I just can’t seem to find words to knit together into a story, so the photos will need to tell their own story.
My understanding is that on the floor of the lobby of this condo is a mosaic from the original building containing the initials IBC (Imperial Bank of Canada).
I don’t know what the purpose was for this particular Chamber door, but on another building a few blocks away that also had a “Chamber” door, I found a plaque that suggested a clue. It seems that the upper floor above the bank were used as meeting rooms for the early township council.
Convocation Hall has a seating capacity of over 1,700 and serves as a venue for major events.
Thursday Doors is weekly photo feature hosted by Norm Frampton at Norm 2.0.