Take a look inside the Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence, the new home of the Lassonde School of Engineering.
The Bergeron Centre’s bold architecture represents limitless creativity. Reflective of Renaissance principles of innovation and nonconformity, a cloud-like triangular glass façade stands bold.
The undulating façade is comprised of a series of triangles positioned according to a precise and complex algorithm.
Evoking the properties of a cloud, it reflects light and pattern across campus and into the interior.
The Bergeron Centre is LEED-credited in recognition of its environmental performance and sustainable design.
A shot of the exterior from the Stong Pond.
Active learning classrooms are flexible spaces equipped with projectors and IT-integrated furniture.
The student common areas are bright open spaces designed to encourage the discussion and dissemination of ideas.
Lab spaces are student focused and are equipped with professional-grade equipment for testing and prototyping.
The BEST lounge is furnished to resemble a corporate lounge where students can pitch their ideas to industry leaders.
Corridors are fitted with white-boards and become places to brainstorm and learn.