One of a series of interpretive sites produced for Saint John’s Harbour Passage pedestrian path along the Saint John waterfront. A complement to the interpretive site created at Harbour Bridge, this site celebrates the migratory and tidal cycles that shape the environment of the harbour. Goose Lane collaborated with the Glenn Group who prepared the site plan.
Client: Saint John Waterfront Development
Winner Redgees Legacy Award (Design Edge Canada)
Visitors can bask under the glow of seven phases of the moon, stand in the shadow a flock of migrating birds, stroke the cast of an ancient fossil, and explore the dramatic height of the tidal flow from the Bay of Fundy.