Are these V shaped, miniature prow windows unique to the British Empire? Inspired by Thomas Tait and/or Crittall? It would seem there is more to these than just catching sun since many places where they turn up are already pretty sunny.
St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto:
An office building in Hastings, New Zealand:
The Hoover building cafeteria:
The Old Mutual building in Cape Town, South Africa:
All similar. But the Old Mutual building also has something the others lack…elephants. You might just make out a moderne owl in the corner, too.
Equipment used: Canon 5D mk III w/17mm TS-II lens (Montreal). Olympus OM-4T with OM 24 shift lens and OM 70-200 zoom. Fuji Velvia 50 film. Hoover building, Minolta XD-11 with Minolta Rokkor 35mm shift lens, Kodachrome film.