Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion
Designed in association with Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners, this addition to the Engineering School at the University of Western Ontario will provide space for research into "green" technologies and includes laboratories and office space for faculty. A LEED® Gold candidate, this building incorporates innovative technologies for water conservation and energy conservation to achieve its environmental goals.
Blenheim District Public School
Blenheim District Public School is a new elementary school located in rural southwestern Ontario, and will accommodate approximately 350 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. Designed to allow an existing school to continue in operation until the new school is complete, the design nevertheless, creates a relationship to the site and incorporates existing features, including a cenotaph, into a new axial entry sequence to the main entrance of the school. Program elements include regular classrooms and Kindergartens which have been organized around a courtyard that opens into the main play area; a Gymnasium and an Activity Room for primary students, which can be joined to create a larger gathering space; a Library/ Computer Lab as well as administration area.
Matthews Hall Private School
This addition to Matthews Hall provides a new Gymnasium and Dramatic Arts Studio adjacent to an existing facility, including the conversion of the existing Gymnasium into a new Library. Recently awarded 3 Green Globes™, the building was designed to include as many environmentally friendly features as possible within a pre-existing budget.
Clara Brenton Public School
The additions and alterations to Clara Brenton Public School provide a completely new image for this elementary school, re-orienting the main entrance to create an enhanced civic and street presence. A bright and spacious gathering area is the new focus of the school, around which the new Office, Gymnasium and Activity Room are organized. The existing gymnasium has been transformed into a light-filled Library and Computer Lab, and the entire school has been made accessible through the strategic use of ramps and elevators.
F.D. Roosevelt Elementary School
Originally constructed in 1954, F.D. Roosevelt Elementary School is located on Second Street in east London. This project involved a complete retrofit of the existing school, and the addition of a new Resource Centre, as well as new teaching spaces. The existing entrance was transformed to create a new image for the school, including the renovation of existing areas to create new gymnasium, stage, and activity room functions.
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