University is a time for expanding one's mind and one's horizons, and Lazaridis Hall, a new building on the campus of Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, is designed to metaphorically embrace that expansion. The building's most noteworthy trait is its large, high-ceilinged atrium, which provides not only airy space but also ample natural light thanks to a massive skylight.
On the exterior, the building falls in line with the forward-thinking ethos that Laurier University strives to achieve. The facade features artful window panes offset with sleek black panels, and one of the entrances features a sculptural wooden awning that looks similar to the shape of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, that famous modernist icon.
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'Lazaridis Hall' is a New Building on Laurier University's Campus
- By: Joey HaarApr 18, 2018