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“Designed to restructure and improve the quality of its surroundings while maximizing the environmental performance and amenity of the building.”
Joan Foley Hall houses 230 students in apartment style suites at the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus.
The built form of the residence extends the undulating, ravine-edge massing established by Arts and Science wings, and consolidates a new pattern of urban campus spaces. The concave side of the building surrounds an existing glade of oak trees, creating a landscaped courtyard, shared with the existing townhouse residences. The corridors and main stair tower serving the residents are designed with windows to the outside, enhancing the students’ relationship to this beautiful setting. The project received a CBIP grant recognizing its energy efficient design.
Joint venture with Baird Sampson Neuert Architects Inc.
Completion Date: 2003
Project Type: Education, Residential
Building Size: 88,000 sq. ft.
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