bird's eye view

Queen Square Parliament Building

Client: Province of Prince Edward Island
Size: 50,000 sf
Cost: $ 12 M

Situated where now lies a vacant lot, the project was designed to formally complete Queen Square’s Parliamentary precinct providing exhibition, conference, and office space to public officials and the public. Framing Province House at the culmination of Great George Street, the design promotes accessibility to Islanders and transparency to the Island’s representatives. At this geographic juncture between Queen Square and the city, the scale and material palette has been studied in order to properly transition from official scale to residential scale.

bird's eye view
basilica & Province House adjacencies
view of Province House from water
great george's historic procession
historic queen square
view from Province House toward the harbour
site study
plan & plan 1
plans 2 & 3
moving plan
program studies
pomo pillar of democracy sketch
perspective sketch
context study
solid void study
fenestration study