Cree Cultural Museum

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Cree Cultural Museum

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Client: Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural, Douglas Cardinal Architects

Services: Exterior architectural lighting, Interior Architectural Lighting

Location: Oujé-Bougoumou, QC

Description:

Inspiration for Aanischaaukamikw’s bold design, with its massive laminated spruce beams, comes from the essential structure of the traditional Cree “sabtuan”.

The original design was developed by eminent native architect Douglas Cardinal through a series of visioning sessions and close collaboration with Elders. Cardinal and Rubin Rotman Architects of Montreal brought the project to completion. The finished building conforms to international museum standards making it compatible with other major institutions across the globe.

Aanischaaukamikw has 279 m² (3,003 square feet) of exhibition space, 1,385 m² (14,908 square feet) of storage, lab, administrative, and technical space.

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