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South Haven Centre for Remembrance — Edmonton, Alberta

Posted in Built by Nathaniel Gonzales on March 29, 2021

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Building: South Haven Centre for Remembrance

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Address: 5004 Meridian St NW, Edmonton, AB T6P 1R3, Canada

Architect: SHAPE Architecture

Collaborators: Group2 Architects, PECHET Studio

Structural Engineering: Fast + Epp

Electrical: Arrow Engineering

Landscape: Design North Landscape Architecture

Civil Engineering: V3 Companies

Mechanical: Clark Engineering

Contractor: K-Rite Construction

Sustainability: Sébastien Garon (Made it LEED Certified)

Awards: 2020 Governor General’s Medal in Architecture, Architecture MasterPrize in Cultural Design

Cost: $4.4 million

Size: 7,000 sq. ft.

Year of Completion: 2019

AE Interests: 13 meter tall tower, non-denominational cemetery facility, black materials such as steel panels and charred shou sugi-ban acoya in contrast to the white winter landscape and interior, based a lot off lighting specifically on summer solstice, tower clerestory that allows light from the north for meeting rooms and a view of downtown Edmonton, partially submerged

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