Salvation Army - Harbour Lights

2011

In 2011, the Salvation Army Harbour Light project was recognized with the prestigious Interior Wood Design Award from Ontario Wood WORKS!

 

Architect: Diamond and Schmitt Architects

Project: The 8,500 square metre, seven-story, flagship building contains supportive housing, community and family services, and a community church.

 

Solution: In 2011, the Salvation Army Harbour Light project was recognized with the prestigious Interior Wood Design Award from Ontario Wood WORKS! Archmill House manufactured and installed the architectural millwork for the entire facility including the church sanctuary which is constructed entirely of wood at the interior.

The Interior Design Award is given to a project that highlights an interior where wood has been used extensively in a non-residential or public space. Projects of merit must show ingenuity and resourcefulness while demonstrating the particular qualities of wood such as its versatility, durability and beauty.

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