Symmetry – St Stephens Green Shopping Center

Why not keep going with the symmetrical ideas? This is a pic of the roof and supporting structures of the St Stephens Green Shopping Center. I was under the impression the shopping center was created by converting an old industrial building but it seems I missed the boat on this one. Click here to see a bit of information about the building which opened it’s doors for trade on the 8th of November 1988. I suppose it matters little how old the structure is as long as the lines are pleasing…

The symmetrical lines of the St Stephens Green Shopping Center roof structure

Aha!! Monday again… have a fun day and may your week be great!

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5 Responses to Symmetry – St Stephens Green Shopping Center

  1. Pingback: Symmetry: The Making Of | My Atheist Blog

  2. Heyjude says:

    Sort of reminds me of the V&A Waterfront although the clock at the end is very Musée d’Orsay 🙂

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  3. de Wets Wild says:

    Lyk na n hengse plek, AJ? Seker gepak met mense?

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