Movement Disorder Clinic
Movement Disorder Clinic - Deer Lodge Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Architecture, Assessment and Restoration
A heritage building and modern addition merge harmoniously through the sensitive application of complementary and contrasting materials.
Heritage assessments and extensive restoration were completed to preserve and stabilize the vacant Women’s Tribute Memorial Lodge, built in 1931 to serve war veterans. A two-storey addition and the rehabilitation of existing interior spaces enlarged and transformed the historic building into a 6,000-square-foot, multidisciplinary clinic.
The ripening colour of the exterior copper panels complements the weathered brick and stone of the original building and acknowledges its distinguished history.
Newly created examination rooms in the old building can be used for sleep disorder testing. Custom-designed automated blinds make it possible to retain the original windows and natural light.
Landscape Architect, Cynthia Cohlmeyer
Structural Engineer, Crosier, Kilgour & Partners
Mechanical Engineer, G.D. Stasynec and Associates
Electrical Engineer, PC Engineering
Contractor, Bockstael Construction
Award Of Excellence, Prairie Design Awards, 2008
Institutional Conservation Award, Heritage Winnipeg Preservation Award for Excellence, 2007
Beautifully and Artfully Crafted