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The core of the National Music Centre in Calgary is a large chamber formed by the intersecting curves of broad, tall, sweeping walls covered in glazed ceramic tiles. On opposite sides, openings for the staircases allow light and visitors to flow around the chamber. It’s like a heart comprised of glowing bronzes and golds depending on the time of day and exterior light.
Heart of Gold, Calgary
Calgary Alberta Canada


The core of the National Music Centre in Calgary is a large chamber formed by the intersecting curves of broad, tall, sweeping walls covered in glazed ceramic tiles. On opposite sides, openings for the staircases allow light and visitors to flow around the chamber. It’s like a heart comprised of glowing bronzes and golds depending on the time of day and exterior light.
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