Update #46: West Block—Antechamber
Transcript—Update #46: West Block—Antechamber
Start of video.
(Light instrumental music is played in the background throughout the video.)
(Title screen shows title in the middle of screen, a yellow box runs around the text. At the bottom of the screen, a line drawing of the Parliament skyline runs from left to right.)
Text on screen: Ante Chamber West Block Daily Update 46.
(Pan from left to right. Pan shows the new antechamber for the House of Commons situated in the old courtyard of west block. The first images shows the old exterior wall and the new wall for the House of Commons. The new flooring in the antechamber is grey polished stone and up lighting wraps around the new House of Commons wall. The pan ends by panning by a corner of the new house so there is a clear demonstration that the ante chamber wraps around the new House of Commons.)
(Pan from bottom to up. Image of the House of Commons wall depicts the design that is made of wood and has designs that evoke canoes and snowshoes. Last frame is of the new roof of the House of Commons chamber.)
(Pan from left to right. Pan shows the new roof. The roof has a geometric diamond shapes and is made of an opaque glass. The structure holding up the roof is made of steel and the vertical supports for the roof split to make sure there are more support points on the roof. Pan starts to go down, the old exterior wall is on the left which is built in stone and Victorian high gothic style.)
(Pan curves from bottom right to bottom left. Pans by the interior wall of the old building. It shows the pattern of the stone and the windows that are rectangular shaped with arches on the top of the window.)
(Pan is from high right to eye level directly in front. The pan shows the wall of the House of Commons and stops on the glass doors that open into the new house of commons.)
(Public Services and Procurement Canada Wordmark.)
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