Rotman School of Management
Photography by Tom Arban and Maris Mezulis
Rotman School of Management
Mar 07, 2013 Innovative design thinking is instilled in the business school at the University of Toronto
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Rotman School of Management_01 Rotman School of Management A steel staircase with hot pink accents, as viewed from the ground floor, acts as a connector for students and faculty.


Photography by Maris Mezulis

 
Rotman School of Management_02 Rotman School of Management An event hall serves as the main gathering space for lectures and receptions. Rows of seats in the foreground can be pushed back against the wall. Large windows overlook St. George Street, so passersby can see activity within, and those in the hall can see the city outside.

Photography by Tom Arban

 
Rotman School of Management_03 Rotman School of Management An outdoor terrace on the fifth floor provides views just above the rooftops of older campus buildings to the city beyond. 


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Rotman School of Management_04 Rotman School of Management In this classroom with tiered seating, a map of Manhattan is laser cut into the wood wall.

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Rotman School of Management_05 Rotman School of Management At the front entrance, students can relax in a foyer lounge area with a gas fireplace or eat at a café that faces the street. The entrance was designed to be very public and welcoming to the campus community.

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Rotman School of Management_06 Rotman School of Management The hot pink color on the stair- case was inspired by Rotman School of Management’s identity design by Bruce Mau, which implemented the same pink as an accent.

Photography by Maris Mezulis


 
Rotman School of Management_07 Rotman School of Management The steel stair with slate treads is designed to attract attention, and to serve as a central hub for casual
interactions when students are not in team study rooms or classrooms.

Photography by Maris Mezulis