Our architecture and landscape project at Batoche National Historic Site in Saskatchewan continues to receive attention, this time from the influential ArchDaily web site.
Just in time for the Canada 150 celebrations, our work at Batoche tells the story of the Métis, one of Canada's indigenous cultures. Batoche is the heartland of the Métis nation; the physical, cultural, and political home of the Métis people.
A viewing tower and lens, referencing traditional Métis motifs, encourage visitors to see this historic landscape in a new light. Our project integrates architecture, landscape and interpretation, creating an experience that helps visitors understand the spiritual significance of the land, as well as the historical. Read an in depth project description on our website, or visit ArchDaily to read more.