The concept behind the Grass Icon is the farmlands and open fields. This piece stands prominent and strong and the design highlights the contrast of nature and man-made. The steel represents the human force imposed on the land and will continuously corrode and rust due to natural forces.
Located outside of Entry 6 – See map below.
Jeremy provides design input, digital renderings, working with a variety of consultants, and communication with clients. His retail design experience covers all phases of projects from conceptual design through construction administration.
Ken (1961-2016) was a Senior Associate at JPRA Design. Ken’s extraordinary creativity, hands-on attention to detail, and finesse when coordinating complicated architectural design projects has left a lasting imprint on the retail landscape across the continent. Notable Canadian projects which bear his design influence include Vaughan Mills, CrossIron Mills, and his final project, Tsawwassen Mills.