St. Michael’s Hospital that located in Toronto, Canada, was designed by Diamond and Schmitt Architects. The nine-storey building designed by Jack Diamond, principal with Diamond and Schmitt Architects, is located adjacent to the hospital and connected by a striking 21m long (70ft) tubular glass and steel bridge whose form resembles a double helix.
The education component includes a library, classroom and meeting facilities. They are linked by multi-level lounges that sit atop the existing Victoria Lane and are connected by an elegant wishbone staircase, creating a focal point for informal encounters. A 200-seat raked auditorium doubles as a conference centre and lecture hall.