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Old Posted Sep 25, 2015, 4:12 AM
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Mohawk Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation | ? | 5 fl | Under Construction

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Old Posted Sep 25, 2015, 9:01 AM
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I've known about this one for a while, but this is the first I've seen of any renders. They're squeezing this building into a really odd spot on campus.
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Is this in the back or out front next to the Arnie?
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It's in front, tucked between the Arnie and the I wing
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This thread needs a name update from Mohawk Engineering Technology Building | ? | 5 fl | Proposed to Mohawk Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation | ? | 5 fl | Under Construction


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that i-wing glass is still gorgeous - wish they would design buildings downtown with that look...
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The company I work for installed the steel decking you see in the first picture. The one guy could get kicked off site for not wearing his fall arrest equipment.

Our foreman told me that the white columns that you see in the first picture were delayed as they were coming out of Houston, which was flooded. Good to see it moving along.
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LOVING the honeycomb pattern modern look - I love modern as long as some sort of aesthetic detail is added to it - I find it's important to balance clean form with architectural and artisan beauty
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Love the rendering for this project. Just drove by it the other day. Kudos to Mohawk for being innovative with the designs for their campuses.

A lot of colleges around Ontario should take note!

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Love the rendering for this project. Just drove by it the other day. Kudos to Mohawk for being innovative with the designs for their campuses.

A lot of colleges around Ontario should take note!
I very much agree - the i-wing will always be my favourite with all its slopes and angles and abundance of natural light!
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Not shitty precast & gorgeous curtain wall! What a treat.


From Mohawk College on Twitter.
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