Invizij Architects.
Garwood-Jones & Hanham Architects

Eramosa Karst Conservation Area Visitor Kiosk


Located on the Niagara Escarpment, the visitor kiosk at the new Eramosa Karst Conservation Area offers a place of shelter for visitors as well as a place for interpretive exhibits to be displayed. The educational exhibits are meant to communicate an overview of the site’s assets and appropriate uses, feature sensitivity, archaeological features and safety precautions.

Designed to have minimal impact on the surrounding natural environment, the structure was constructed and managed to protect the landscape, flora, fauna, and cultural heritage features. The kiosk provides site furnishings and a focused area for groups that come to the Conservation Area.

Location:Hamilton, Ontario
Completion: 2011
Client: Hamilton Conservation Authority
Cost: $680,000
Architect: Garwood-Jones & Hanham
Partner-In-Charge: Ross Hanham

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