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  7. Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus - Phase II / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects

Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus - Phase II / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects

  • 10:00 - 23 March, 2017
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus - Phase II / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus - Phase II / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects, © Shai Gil
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      • Structural + Sustainability

        WSP Canada Inc.
      • Landscape

        Janet Rosenberg & Studio
      • Signage + Wayfinding

        Entro Communications
      • Mechanical + Electrical + AV + IT

        MCW Consultants
      • Civil

        Counterpoint Engineering Inc.
      • Traffic

        BA Consulting Group Ltd.
      • Contractor

        Bondfield Constructors
      • Accessibility

        DesignABLE Environments Inc.
      • Acoustic

        Valcoustics Canada Ltd.
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      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      Text description provided by the architects. The design concept is built on an understanding that learning and creativity are not only fostered in the traditional classroom environment, but also happen in open and inspiring interstitial spaces that allow for serendipitous encounters and collaborative activities. The design focuses its attention on the essential qualities of collaborative spaces that include: natural light; connection to nature and views; warmth of materials; and comfortable scale.  Building users can choose amongst a variety of collaborative spaces.

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      The programs, pedagogical approaches, and physical spaces all support innovative thinking, curiosity, and experimentation. Accordingly, the heart of the project is the Creativity Common – a unique program element, conceived as an incubator for invention and creativity. This space is the physical and intellectual heart of the campus and includes an Institute for Creativity, research and leadership centres, meeting rooms and classrooms.

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      © Shai Gil
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      The building is designed to be durable, flexible and adaptable. It is intended to be one of the most energy-efficient academic buildings in Canada - designed to consume half the energy when compared to standard academic buildings. The building is a Living Laboratory that allows students to explore, learn about and freely experiment with their built environment.

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      Product Description.
      1. Aluminum standing seam cladding system by Kalzip
      Kalzip’s off-the-shelf system was chosen for its durability as well as its aesthetic properties.  It provides an interesting vertical grain to the surface of the building with deep standing seams that allow for a play of light and shadow. 

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      2. Concrete finish raised access floor system by Camino
      The Camino systems exposed concrete finish provides an industrial character well suited to a hands-on, studio learning environment.  The raised access floor system also supports flexible, adaptable studios and classrooms. By easily accommodating evolving technology, this system encourages faculty to experiment with new teaching and learning methods.

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      3. Perforated acoustical wood ceiling system by Decoustics
      In keeping with the industrial/studio aesthetic of this design school, much of the building’s palette is comprised of white surfaces, exposed steel and concrete.

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

      To provide contrast, a number of key meeting spaces have been highlighted with wood.  The perforated acoustical wood ceiling system by Decoustics provides a warm quality and ‘finished’ look to those spaces while improving acoustical performance.

      Part of Sheridan College’s Mississauga Creative Campus, the Phase 2 expansion houses Sheridan’s Sustainable Built Environment Department consisting of Architecture, Interior Design, Interior Decorating and Visual Merchandizing programs.

      © Shai Gil
      © Shai Gil

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      Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus - Phase II / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects" 23 Mar 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/867745/sheridan-college-hazel-mccallion-campus-phase-ii-moriyama-and-teshima-architects-plus-montgomery-sisam-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884
      © Shai Gil

      加拿大雪尔顿学院 Hazel McCallion 校园 - 二期 / Moriyama & Teshima Architects + Montgomery Sisam Architects