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University of Saskatchewan - Graduate Residence

Creating a community of scholars

  • 120K

    Square Feet

  • 5

    Stories

  • 6

    Living Unit Types

  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

A residence designed for student life

Graduate studies push the boundaries of traditional methods of education, encouraging students to develop unique content and methodologies. It is in that spirit that the Graduate House at the University of Saskatchewan seeks to create an environment that is comfortable and flexible to allow students to tailor their personal space.

The residence emphasizes quality of life for student residents and fosters a sense of community at the building and campus scale. To achieve these goals, the design employs three strategies. Firstly, six different dwelling types (including multi-storey and lofts) are utilized to provide choice. Secondly, double height lounges distributed throughout the building link floors together to encourage interaction and the development of multi-storey neighborhoods. Finally, the major public space and lounge is placed directly adjacent to a new pedestrian “greenway”, connecting the site to the broader campus. This adjacency draws the public realm into the building at the ground plane, strengthens connections to the existing campus fabric, and develops an urban quality to the campus streetscape that encourages activity and a healthy civic lifestyle.

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Tammi Denby, Architect

There is an opportunity for design to create feelings of comfort and well-being—to transform spaces and benefit people.

Kerry Lamb, Associate, Electrical Team Lead

Collaborating with other disciplines, I lead a group of dynamic individuals that design all components of a building’s electrical system.
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Howard Ostlund, Senior Structural Technologist

A happy client is a repeat client, and that is what I strive for.
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Stephen Phillips, Senior Vice President, Business Leader, Buildings

As an architect, I have to consider that people inhabit the spaces I design. Every element should enhance and support the human experience.
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  • Tammi Denby

    Architect

  • Kerry  Lamb

    Associate, Electrical Team Lead

  • Howard Ostlund

    Senior Structural Technologist

  • Stephen Phillips

    Senior Vice President, Business Leader, Buildings

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