View from north west showing new entrance
Photographer: Frank Gaylard - 2019




Concrete silos
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Detail of concrete framed structure - with facetted and triangulated glazed panels - above the Art Museum
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Glazed floor at roof level with silo terminations on periphery
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Glazed floor at roof level with silo terminations on periphery
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Glazed floor at roof level
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




View through flat glass roof down to floor of open area below
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




View from within central 'carved' out space inside silos
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




View up one silo towards glazed flat roof
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




View from within spiral stair
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




View down spiral stair
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Gap between two buildings with glazed roof
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Gap between two buildings with glazed roof light
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Art work on red painted walk within gallery
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Sculpture installation of life size wax figures
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Detail of polished cut through existing concrete silo and modern structural concrete insert
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Lift signage with format of repeated circles based on plan layout of silos
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Restaurant signage
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Old milling machinery installed as industrial artifact outside entrance
Photographer: William Martinson - 2019




Drawing 54 of 365 by Shaun Gaylard

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The grain silos and elevator, Cape Town harbour 1924 before conversion to Art Gallery.
From the collections of the Library of Parliament, Acc No 1656 (241).
Submitted by Lila Komnick

Photographer: Unknown