The Finer Details of the Mackenzie Building
Article and Photos by OCdt Victoria Pierrot
The Mackenzie Building was constructed in 1876 and is regarded as a valuable heritage site in Canada. It is a beautiful piece of architecture with its main feature being the central clock tower. If you venture inside the building you are greeted with historically relevant woodwork, paintings, stained glass windows, and artifacts. As a whole, it is has a very nice appeal to the eyes. Upon closer inspection, the true heart of the building shines through its finer details. The aim of this photographic project is to showcase the interior of Mackenzie Building from angles and close-ups that one might not observe in simple passing.
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