Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

Places

Buildings

Louis Riel Arts and Technology Centre

Address:5 De Bourmont Avenue
Use:Education
Constructed:1968
Other Work:Addition on one side (1978)
Architects:Gaboury Lussier Sigurdson Venables (1968)
Macdonald Cockburn McLeod McFeetors (1978)

More Information

For many years this large school was named Pierre Radisson Collegiate, built as a junior-senior high school which is now home to 300 full and part-time students who specialize in apprenticeships in industry-led training in a large variety of areas.

Design Characteristics

Suburb:Maginot
  • Built mostly at the same time, the one-and-two-storey design is a highly unified series of distinctive squared volumes all finished in a red brick.
  • Clerestory windows in the classroom and administration wings form a high horizontal strip. Most other windows are squared and stacked vertically.
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  • The addition in 1978 was designed to be seamless with the original building.
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  • The cavernous auditorium/gym is used for many concerts within the school division.