May 19, 2011

The Titanic

That's the nickname given by the students and faculty of the Ateneo Professional Schools to the diamond-shaped bridges crossing the central atrium of the Rockwell Campus building. They do look a bit like a ship's prow, especially from the fourth floor lobby.

bridges inside the Ateneo Professional Schools

18 comments:

brattcat said...

What a great perspective you've captured here, Hilda.

bfarr said...

I like the symmetry. Looks a bit like a shopping mall.

Dina said...

And very cool, the tree planted in the middle.

Karl said...

Beautiful building with a good light inside. Great photo too.

AB said...

But presumably safe from icebergs in the middle of Manila!

Mo said...

Lovely and light, do the students like their space?

JosyC said...

Hehehe--an appropriate nickname! I'll bet the person who came up with that is pretty proud it caught on. :)

Regina K said...

This is a great angle and wonderful photo. Love the light in this atrium.

Thanks for the comment on my blog and yes they are my friends...

Cezar and Léia said...

Modern architecture with a very positive "green" idea, lots of natural lights around, it's a wonderful place!
Léia

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Their geometry adds so much to the view! You with the kalesas, us with the rural mailboxes; seems we are both waxing nostalgic!

JM said...

Perfect symmetry! Well done, Hilda!

Jarart said...

The shapes are eye-catching and very pretty.

Leif Hagen said...

Well, I happen to like those Titanic design features! An unsinkable idea!

Jacob said...

What a gorgeous place! Looks like an upscale mall!

Louis la Vache said...

Good analogy!

It is interesting how the Titanic continues to fascinate people world-wide after all these years - and «Louis admits to being fascinated by it as well!

justinpen said...

Wow nice ang ganda.

Gunn said...

Looks nice, and a nice nickname to the place.

MilOvaLtiNe:P said...

I study here lol well Ive passed through this place alot of times.