Pontio II

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

Date

9 January 2016

Location

Deiniol Road, Bangor
SH 57929 72174; 53.22753°N, 4.12972°W

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Pontio

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

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Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

Pontio, Bangor

24 thoughts on “Pontio II

    • Many thanks again, Iain. Yes, you are right – I did enjoy photographing the interior, which has a wonderful open feeling. More importantly though, yes, it does have a coffee shop 😉 (stay tuned for some shots from there coming in due course…)

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  3. Such a shame that they desecrated the memory of the slate workers who’s subs started the Uni with that green excresence outside called The Caban. As for the millions of pounds it cost I gave up counting at £54m!!!

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  4. Hey Mr G. I can’t help but be reminded of 2001 space oddyssey when i look at these shots. I’ve always considered pontio to be a sort of neo-brutalist construction and your pics sort of back up this idea. lovely bits of symettry and some very interesting lines.

    It’s the split levels and sort of narrow views down combined with the concrete and the minimalist furnishings + black and white = wouldn’t look out of place in a 1960’s “building of the future” expo.

    great stuff!

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    • Many thanks for stopping by and commenting, Mr MPH! Much appreciated. Hard to understand how the “caban” outdoor installation could ever have been envisaged to complement the architectural aesthetic of the building itself in any way.

      😌🙏✨

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