The Schulich School of Engineering redevelopment and expansion creates a new focus and crossroads for the sprawling complex. The introduction of a central atrium encourages social and academic interation in a light filled space.
The 30,000-square-meter infill core is configured to optimize the existing space with a new logic and create flexibility to accommodate the changing needs of each department and their curriculum. Elegant architecturally exposed structrual steel and other servicing elements are on view and celebrated as central elements of the building aesthetic and create a didactic learning tool for students.
Submitted by: Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd. / Diamond Schmitt Architects/ Gibbs Gage Architects (Joint Submission)
CISC Members: Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd., Supermétal