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University of Toronto reno is both studious and stylish

The sinuous walls of the New College’s Wilson Hall at the University of Toronto, renovated in 2009 by Van Elsander Carter Architects Inc.

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Rendering of proposed portico.

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Student council sliding doors to atrium.

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Wetmore basement classrooms couch detail

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Wetmore basement classrooms.

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Wetmore basement classroom.

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Wilson basement student club area from boardroom.

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Wilson basement student club area.

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