Curtiss Dining Hall published in Toronto Star !

FABRIQ info
May 30, 2016
By FABRIQ info

An article has been published in Toronto Star for Curtiss Dining Hall, Borden.

This base humanizes the military dining experience. The space has an elegance that is respectful of the Canadian military service. And the people who sacrifice years of their lives for service deserve a well-designed space. ” – Toon Dreessen, president of the OAA.

Discover the article : HERE.

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