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The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) Centennial Plaza site main shade trellis has become a visual and iconic meeting place along the Windsor waterfront. The main shelter, manufactured by Icon Shelter Systems and PlayPower Canada LT embodies the spirit of the site, with the solid durability of its construction and the detailing to make space fit the theme and the reverence to both current and original users of the site as a place to congregate and enjoy the views of the Detroit River. The project has manifested as the intended design of the Landscape Architect and has received many positive comments from citizens and visitors alike. A true Icon on the Windsor Landscape.
- Stefan Fediuk, Landscape Architect, OALA CSLA
Structures: Custom Two-Tiered Rectangular Hipped Shelters
The project was initiated by the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) in a request to the City of Windsor to help celebrate their 100th anniversary of Service in the City. In August 2016, the City of Windsor approved Rotary’s intent for a plaza with sitting areas to provide shade for users of the Windsor Riverwalk at the Civic Terrace. The circular layout of the structure emulates the Rotary Wheel as deconstructed and reconstructed to symbolize the future of the Rotary organization. The trellis lies
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