Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/A-Frame and Jesse Colin Jackson|Ben Rahn/The sweat lodge at the NCFST base is used for spiritual ceremonies, counselling and drumming sessions|The cocoon-shaped longhouse is a striking interpretation of native culture|The longhouse is hewn from strips of eastern white cedar from Ontario|Architects Levitt Goodman enlivened the space with graphic design|The designs were based on culturally significant imagery|Arts collective Generation Image Makers helped create the motifs|Hot as a sauna inside, the sweat lodge offers an escape from the office’s inner-city surroundings|A view of the rooftop garden – complete with teaching hills, a campfire and a sacred medicine garden||
19 Jan 2011

Native Child and Family Services by Levitt Goodman

Words by Staff writer

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