Located in Toronto, Canada, the George Brown Chef School was designed by Kearns Mancini Architects opens and allows the public an insight into their student’s food preparation. The interior renovation of the George Brown Chef School Adelaide Street East Toronto, transforms a 1980s building into a showcase of innovation in the ‘culinary education. € 12.6 million The project allows the college to expand its food and hospitality programs to nearly fifty percent.
No longer confined to the rear of the basement and kitchen, the heads of George Brown students are visible in a culinary performance through a glass facade on two floors, exposing four kitchen “Labs” on the street. The stainless steel workstations and kilns is accentuated by the intensity of color hoods and walls, lights flashing, lush gardens with herbs and plasma effects that add kinetic architecture as they plan a closer view of food preparation. The views at street level in the interiors of laboratories kitchen brand offers the ultimate tool for the college. When school is closed, horizontal bands of colored glass so that the front offers an interesting counterpoint to the austere visual landscape.