Dammit, Escher

By Daveography


What have I told you about impossible architecture? These busy people have places to go!

In all seriousness, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is an amazing museum, contained within an amazing piece of architecture designed by Antoine Predock. These criss-crossing ramps (made of alabaster and illuminated from within) take visitors up and down about eight levels of galleries about the history of human rights, including human rights abuses past and present. see less

What have I told you about impossible architecture? These busy people have places to go!

In all seriousness, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is an amazing museum,… see more

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