This architectural image features the details of the outer wall of the abstract building. The black and white conversion here looks like a diamond-shaped outer armor shield.
The SAHMRI (pronounced SAMRI) building in Adelaide, South Australia, is a health and medical research institute and one outstanding piece of architecture. City officials in Adelaide, South Australia, like to boast that Adelaide has its architectural icon, putting Adelaide on the same map as world-famous buildings in Sydney and Melbourne.
The architectural abstraction of the building shown here is of SAMRI's (SAHMRI's) 36 interior columns, referred to as flower columns. More information on the architecture of the SAMRI building can be found here.
The detailed architectural view of the flower columns is featured in this photo. I converted it to black and white for added drama when a viewer is looking at the picture and trying to figure out what it is. It makes for an exciting background for many projects that require stock photos.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2016