Indigena Domain Cambridge City Hall
Custom Architectural Feature

Indigena Domain, Cambridge City Hall

PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS

Client

Stephen Cruise

Designer

Stephen Cruise

Location

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Type

Custom Architectural Feature

Granite

Bahama Blue, Jet Black, Rustic Gold, Mt. Rose, Red Deer Mahogany

“The artist is grateful to Don Hardwick and everyone at HGH Granite, Dundas ON, for all attention given throughout the fabrication process and installation that ensured the project was successfully completed.”
Stephen Cruise, Artist

MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT

This integrated piece of public art – created in 2008 by artist and competition winner Stephen Cruise – is located at the Cambridge Civic Administration Building in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.

The vision of the artist was to create a public artwork that honoured the regions and founding communities that now make up the amalgamated city of Cambridge: Galt – previously known as The Granite City – Preston, Hespeler and Blair.

The work is a testament to the enduring sense of citizenship, neighbourhood and place in the square. And while the sculptural components and water feature evoke historic town features, creatures from the natural world, and reflect the continued presence of the Grand River and its watershed, they also act as contemporary symbols of our natural world and our need to protect it.

HGH were tasked with sourcing polished granite for the art elements of this project – and we’re proud to have played a role in the creation of such an important landmark that celebrates and brings communities – new and old – together.

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