The Anatomy of a Female Architecture Student
A little info from the Expo ‘67 website here:
Forests affect Man and his World profoundly. Paper, for which the forests produce raw material, is the principal tool Man uses to record his thoughts.
This is the theme of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Pavilion on Ile Notre-Dame - in which the tallest trees are as high as an eight story building.
The first four main exhibit areas shows forest legends of the world, combining sound effects and animation in a whimsical treatment.
Next is a visit to one of the pavilions’ two unusual theatres. Its walls suggest an unwinding roll of paper, and visitors watch a show on paper’s history.
The third area tells of the benefits Canadian pulp and paper bring to the Canadian economy and the world.
Next a visit to Lab 67, a science whiz show presenting a lively demonstration relating to the chemical aspect of paper production and the unlimited future applications of paper products.
Visitors on the plaza can watch a demonstration by French Canadian artisans of papermaking by hand.
Historical Footnote: The music that visitors heard at the Pulp and Paper Pavilion was composed by Ben McPeek, the very same person who did the orchestral score for Bobby Gimby’s hit song, “CA-NA-DA” by the Young Canada Singers.
Aramgah-e Shah-e Cheragh (Mirrored Mausoleum for Imam Reza’s brothers) in Shiraz, Iran.