Building façade with distant tall structures

University of Toronto’s Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship opens to students

The Myhal Centre welcomes its first students this September. Setting a new standard for engineering education and research, the Centre boasts a fully technology-enabled 500 seat lecture theatre, state-of-the-art collaborative classrooms, workshops, lab spaces and fabrication facilities as well as several large multidisciplinary research centres and institutes. It balances 7,500 square metres of net program space with an additional 7,500 square metres of shared social learning spaces, including lounges, coffee bars, atria, and event halls. The dynamic, flexible environment will bring students, faculty, researchers, alumni, and industry partners together to foster collaboration, encourage active learning and accelerate innovation.

The Myhal Centre was designed by Montgomery Sisam Architects in association with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios