SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE

SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE

South Haven Center For Remembrance. The shining Black building!

SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE

The South Haven Centre for Remembrance creates a new non-denominational facility for the City of Edmonton.

SHAPE Architecture – The design features of The South Haven Center for Remembrance, City of Edmonton – A symbolic thirteen-meter tower that emerges from the prairie landscape which makes reference to the existing gravesites, monuments, columbaria, and the latent memory that they embody. Our memory of visiting a cemetery is marked by time; the position of the sun, the quality of light, and the weather on that particular day. For some, The shining Black building may be a solitary visit for a ceremony, for others it may be experienced through ritual visits that span the rest of their lives. READ CHILDREN CENTRE

South Haven Center For Remembrance- West elevation of the tower and clerestory / Photograph by Ema Peter.

SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE City of Edmonton SHAPE Architecture
SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE City of Edmonton SHAPE Architecture
City of Edmonton SHAPE Architecture
SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE City of Edmonton SHAPE Architecture
SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE
The shining Black building! SHAPE Architecture
The shining Black building!
SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE - The shining Black building! City of Edmonton SHAPE Architecture
The shining Black building! City of Edmonton
SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE - The shining Black building! - SHAPE Architecture

SOUTH HAVEN CENTRE FOR REMEMBRANCE

Firm Location Vancouver, Canada Project location Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Company SHAPE Architecture + Group2 Architecture + PECHET Studio Lead Architect Dwayne Smyth Design Team Nick Sully, Jessica McGillivray, Benjamin Fisher, Scotty Keck, Avery Titchkosky, Kate Busby, Bill Pechet, Anneliese Fris, James Townsend, Eric Hui. READ THE CONCERT HALL

The South Haven Center for Remembrance creates a new non-denominational facility for the City of Edmonton. The design features a symbolic thirteen-meter tower that emerges from the prairie landscape which makes reference to the existing gravesites, monuments, columbaria, and the latent memory that they embody. GALLERIA OMA

The South Haven Center for Remembrance – Our memory of visiting a cemetery is marked by time; the position of the sun, the quality of light, and the weather on that particular day. For some, it may be a solitary visit for a ceremony, for others it may be experienced through ritual visits that span the rest of their lives. READ ALSO VEGETABLE GARDEN CAFE

The shining Black building! – Firm Location Vancouver, Canada Project location Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Company SHAPE Architecture + Group2 Architecture + PECHET Studio Lead Architect Dwayne Smyth Design Team Nick Sully, Jessica McGillivray, Benjamin Fisher, Scotty Keck, Avery Titchkosky, Kate Busby, Bill Pechet, Anneliese Fris, James Townsend, Eric Hui.

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