York University, Lecture Hall No. 1, North York, Ontario (1964-1965)
This project series documents a lecture hall building at York University in North York, Ontario from 1964-1965. The office identified the project number as 6413.
This project, known as Lecture Hall No. 1, consisted of a two-storey building at York University, to be used for teaching. The basement included mechanical and electrical rooms, while the ground floor was made up of large, two-storey lecture halls, smaller classrooms, and projection rooms. This project was built by John B. Parkin Associates, in a joint venture with Gordon S. Adamson Associates and Shore & Moffat and Partners. These three architecture firms formed a joint venture known as UPACE (University Planners Architects And Consulting Engineer). This project was part of a larger master plan by UPACE, which built more than a dozen buildings for the university during this time. UPACE received a Special Mention Massey Medal in 1967 for the design of this project.
The project is recorded through reprographic copies of drawings dating from 1965. These were a set of drawings issued for tender.
Materials in this project series have been kept in their original order.
North York Ontario Canada
Sheet: 102 x 72 cm
John C. Parkin fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal
Don de Jennifer A.C. Parkin/
Gift of Jennifer A.C. Parkin
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