UBC Throwback: 2005
Project: Hard Landscaping at the Iona Building, University of British Columbia Vancouver
Ok, we had to linger on the Iona Building just a little bit longer. Although it didn't involve technical shotcrete work, one of the most interesting pieces we took part in on this project was the Maltese Labyrinth found in the garden behind the Iona building. Labyrinths are meant to be traversed in an inward pattern as the walker ponders and reflects inward in a similar fashion. It is meant to be a meditative practice.
This is one of the most interesting landscaping pieces we have ever installed. Take a look at the beautiful structure below: