Education, Kiosks, Shelters & Booths

York University Educational Pavilion / Bus Shelter, Toronto, ON

Overview

Canada’s third largest university is known for its brutalist-modernist architecture and innovative programs, making the eye-catching colour, sleek geometric look and switchblade layout of this project very appropriate. Students collaborated on the design, which packs a whole lot of ‘wow’ into its relatively small footprint.

One half of the building is a robotics lab used for experimentation and teaching in York’s highly regarded Vision, Graphics and Robotics program. The other half is a transit shelter.

The pavilion is equipped with Wi-Fi, space-saving lab work surfaces that can be tucked away when not in use, and a scatter-pattern of potlights that resemble stars at night. Multi-use and relocatable, the building is a great example of design ingenuity and modular flexibility.

Details

Building Size:

600 sq. ft.

Project Timeline:

10 weeks

Awards:

First Place, Modular Building Institute Awards

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