This project is a memorial garden for unborn and young infants. A selection of commemorative items provide for a range of need - little concrete houses, wind notes of wood veneer, copper and tiny bells, and polished basalt spirit stones.
Based on the theme of little houses and inspired by multicultural precedents this tiny village will memorialize over 3000 little ones. A ceremony pavilion of corten steel will echo the colours and shapes of arbutus bark found on the site.
|Client:||Royal Oak Burial Park|
|Studio Team:||Bill Pechet |
|Project Team:||Joe Daly Landscape Architect|
Pechet and Robb art and architecture ltd.
|Photos:||P and R|