Donwood Foundation Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre, North York, Ontario (1964-1966)
This project series documents the Donwood Foundations Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre in North York, Ontario from 1964-1966. The office identified the project number as 6418.
This project consisted of a four level building, with brick and steel fascia exteriors, that served as an alcohol and addiction treatment hospital. Surrounded by wooded landscapes and overlooking the Don River and ravine, the L-shaped building was 42,000 square feet in size. The building's interiors were designed to exude warmth, friendship and inclusion through the use of warm wood finishes and colourful carpeting and upholstery. The hospital included 49 patient beds, an auditorium, a lounge with balcony, and therapy rooms.
The project is recorded through a presentation board of an exterior photograph and reprographic copies of drawings dating from 1966. The drawings consist of construction plans, elevations, sections, details, layouts, and structural, mechanical and electrical drawings.
Materials in this project series have been arranged by material type.
North York Ontario Canada
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