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    Bellmere Public School

    470 Brimorton Drive, Toronto, ON.
    architect(s):
    constructed: 1965

    “Repetitive unit classrooms with roofs group around the main hall – the multipurpose gymnasium. Domestic in scale, the building provides a comfortable sympathetic environment for young inhabitants. It is a community building that blends visually and socially with its setting. Its potential for growth has been realized, as two additions employing the unit modules have satisfactorily extended the building without increasing its visual scale or detracting from its function.  Bellmere School is an unpretentious solution to the needs of small children and unpredictable demands of educational programs.”

    Jennifer Taylor

    Architecture: A Performing Art

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