Dalhousie University Mona Campbell Building
The Mona Campbell Building serves multiple functions for Dalhousie University. It houses four departments—the College of Continuing Education, the School of Social Work, the Faculty of Computer Science’s research space, and the College of Sustainability—all within 100,000-square-feet. It also houses classrooms, informal meeting spaces, a restaurant, and a thesis defense room. A university is a place to promote the exchange of ideas. It’s important to provide not only teaching and learning spaces but ‘in-between’ spaces. These connective non-programmed spaces form the soul of the Mona Campbell Building. The four-storey south-facing atrium provides both physical and visual interaction to all departments while providing access to daylight and exterior green space.
Lieutenant Governor Award, Citation
Lieutenant Governor Engineering Award
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