Visitors to Tsawwassen Mills are greeted as they enter the Coast Salish Neighbourhood by the stunning view of these two, leaping salmon, historically important symbols of the Tsawwassen First Nation local culture. The artists explored various shapes, orientation, and arrangement, and as a result of the exploration and design process, employed innovative contemporary materials. The woven bronze metal assembly is symbolic of the legendary Coast Salish woven baskets. The rainbow of colors cast by the dichroic glass panels offer a dynamic and colorful representation of fish scales.
Located outside of Entry 5 - See map below.
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.
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.