PART OF BLACK & WHITE SET
A photo where i have attempted to show the structure and the resulting view (close and distant) of the roof of the Sydney Opera House.
Although the roof structures of the Sydney Opera House are commonly referred to as "shells" , they are in fact not shells in a strictly structural sense, but are instead precast concrete panels supported by precast concrete ribs.] The shells are covered in a subtle chevron pattern with 1,056,006 glossy white- and matte-cream-coloured Swedish-made tiles from Höganäs AB, a factory that generally produced stoneware tiles for the paper-mill industry. Though, from a distance, the shells appear a uniform white.