Early morning light spills through the trees and into the building.
I have always liked the design of the ramps connecting the two-and-a-half story structure.
Windows creating windows.
And for a brief moment, I appreciate what architectural photographers feel when they capture the essence of a building.
the ground floor
Stories being told in the half-a-story below the ground.
A view of the Philip van Engelen building from the second floor. Hmm… Where to next?
The pictures above were shot within the Science and Mathematics Education Department (SMED) building of the University of San Carlos – Talamban Campus (USC-TC) in Cebu City.
I just love the way early morning light creeps into the corners and hallways of this particular building. It is as if this phenomenon parallels how within this structure’s rooms and halls, young minds are being ‘filled up’ with knowledge. More to come…