A birds-eye view of the proposed building and site. Landscape is integrated throughout the building and site creating a distinct contrast with the surrounding urban environment.
A view from the corner of Gottigen Street and Rainnie Drive
The lobby welcomes visitors to the centre, Wije'winen.
Visitors are made to feel right at home as soon as they enter the building.
Within the oculus is a large Black Ash tree and planting native to the region, bringing the outdoors in.
Large granite blocks create planting areas, opportunities for seating, and evoke the rocky terrain of Nova Scotia
The ceremonial space, located at the rear of the building, provides a quiet place for private ceremonies, while also providing seating for opportunities when members of the general public may be welcomed to view or participate in special events.