Wow wow wow. Getting lots of inspiration from the Native Child Family Services building in Toronto, Canada, built by Levitt Goodman Architects Ltd. The details to this modern building are so subtle, thoughtful and pretty wonderful. From that geometric, natural longhouse inside the space, to the subtle tribal pattern of the flooring to the natural elements that were so carefully woven into the design. From the Levitt Goodman Architects website:
“The first building of its kind in Canada, the Centre For Native Family and Child Well Being aspires to become a place that will offer targeted and culturally relevant services and amenities to urban First Nations peoples of all ages. The design incorporates Native cultural elements with a contemporary iteration of a longhouse that will be used for counseling, meeting, playing, circle sessions and ceremonies.”
What do you think about the native details in this space?