Toronto Dominion Centre Pavilion

The banking pavilion at the Toronto Dominion Centre, designed by Mies van der Rohe in the late 1960s, boasts a stunning feature - a massive illuminated ceiling that captivates visitors with its grandeur.


The ceiling is composed of individual modules, each measuring four feet by four feet. These modules are adorned with louvered covers that help diffuse the light emanating from within. The result is a soft, ambient glow that bathes the entire space in a warm light.

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