Guelph Market Square Pavilion
Designed to fit in the context of a larger civic square redevelopment, this pavilion houses space for a zamboni machine, mechanical support for an outdoor ice rink and splash pad, an accessible washroom and change room, public lockers, and a general seating area. The aim of the project is to create a place of refuge from the elements and an urban marker for the public square. The focus is on formal experimentation and technical innovation in a small scale architectural object.
2013 Canadian Architect Award of Merit