9807 106 Street, Edmonton
1960 (original 2 stories) and 1968 (addition)
Designed by: Bell and McCulloch Architects
Original Owner: Edmonton Separate School Board
Built in 1960, the Edmonton Separate School Board Building is an example of the Early Modern style. It is an L-shaped building with structural expressionism that is quite pronounced with the use of pre-cast concrete columns and frames around the windows. The windows facing west and south have exterior, integrated pre-cast concrete sun shades. The spandrel panels below the strip windows are clad in a composite pre-cast concrete material that was commonly used during this period. The entrance is located in the recess where the two wings meet, adjacent to a landscaped courtyard. A tall decorative metal screen provides additional emphasis to the entrance.