Westminster School — 1951
13712 104 Avenue
Designed by: W.W. Butchart
Westminster School is an excellent example of the International Style, which is typified by the use of clean horizontal lines, flat roofs, large expanses of horizontally-composed windows and two colours of brick that reinforce the building’s horizontal emphasis. The main entrance is offset, creating an asymmetrical form at the front of the building. A flagpole sets off this formal entrance and provides a point of visual interest.
“Bill Butchart designed schools to last“