Architecture School’s New Wing An Ontario First

By Jonathan Migneault
Sudbury Northern Life, June 4, 2015

This artist rendering of the two-storey West Wing of Laurentian's School of Architecture, expected to be completed in early 2016. Courtesy of LGA Architectural Partners.

(Image: This artist rendering of the two-storey West Wing of Laurentian’s School of Architecture, expected to be completed in early 2016. Courtesy of LGA Architectural Partners.)

By the time it’s completed in early 2016, the second phase of Laurentian University’s School of Architecture will serve as a solid example for students of what can be achieved with wood.

A two-storey structure built with engineered wood products called cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glulam will host classrooms, a second-floor library and a lecture room as part of the school’s 54,000-square-foot second phase. Read more…

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