The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a community workshop on Wednesday, February 12 to begin the Victoria Park Pavilion programming and design process.
Keith Sanders, Project Architect is inviting members of the public to contribute in the early stages of the architectural process. The purpose of this community workshop is to bring forward the widest range of ideas about the activities which will take place in the Pavilion and to identify the characteristics of a singular and very memorable piece of architectural resource for the people and public spaces of Charlottetown.
The aim is to make this process as inclusive as possible so that the design team has the clearest understanding of citizen’s priorities and wishes for this important new infrastructure.
"The more closely our understandings are aligned, the truer the design will be," said Project Architect, Keith Sanders. "Come ready with all your ideas about what the Pavilion will include. Even be prepared to work with us to sketch out potential ideas that can inform the design."
The workshop will be held at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel, Province’s Lounge on Wednesday, February 12 at 7:00 p.m.
Final designs and implementation recommendations will come back to the public at a later date as part of the Victoria Park Bylaw requirements.
Project & Communications Coordinator
City of Charlottetown