Crossroads Credit Union
Canora SK, 2004
This new building had to satisfy the owners requirements for a building that would look just as good in 10 years as the day it opened. To meet the goals of longevity and timelessness, tyndall stone was chose as the primary buidling material and defines the exterior and interior of the project. The project took a historic building material and applied it in an innovative technique creating curves both horizontally and vertically. The effect: a wavy stone facade that earned this project a Masonry Award of Excellence.