ZAS Wraps School in Tessellated Metal and Glass

ZAS wraps a Toronto engineering school in a tessellated metal and glass screen

Canadian firm ZAS Architects + Interiors used an algorithm to create the triangular patterning on the facade of the new Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence in Toronto. 

The building houses the Lassonde School of Engineering, which is part of York University. With 55,000 students, the public institution is the third largest university in Canada.

Encompassing 15,700 square metres, the new academic facility overlooks a pond on the outer edge of the university's campus in Toronto. 

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