I was fifteen minutes late for my Monday appointment - which I blamed on the construction at UBC, (when in actuality it was due to my utter lack of the comprehension of time). So I was made to wait, which was okay with me since Detwiller Pavillion is right up my alley - a somewhat Brutalist concrete structure with a 95% original mid-century interior, (which includes furniture and built in shelving and desks). The building was designed in 1968 by Vancouver architects Thompson, Berwick and Pratt - well known for the BC Electric Building (now The Electra). Once in the dated, yet unknowingly hip 'consultation' room, the supervising doctor (there were two) told me that if she felt follow up with me was needed an appointment would be made for as soon as possible. After the 60 minute
To be continued.