Squirrel Cove is a secluded bay on Cortes Island, between the BC Mainland and Vancouver Island. It is a popular spot for boaters to anchor for a night or two, and explore the surroundings. To limit the ecological impact of this uncontrolled but intense use, the Klahoose First Nation is now planning a marina with visitor facilities. The proposed restaurant will be part of the first phase of this project. Its free form will present itself like a sail to boaters approaching it from the outer bay. Construction will highlight locally harvested timber.

Architect of Record: Allen+Maurer Architects Ltd

Squirrel Cove is a secluded bay on Cortes Island, between the BC Mainland and Vancouver Island. It is a popular spot for boaters to anchor for a night or two, and explore the surroundings. To limit the ecological impact of this uncontrolled but intense use, the Klahoose First Nation is now planning a marina with visitor facilities. The proposed restaurant will be part of the first phase of this project. Its free form will present itself like a sail to boaters approaching it from the outer bay. Construction will highlight locally harvested timber.

Architect of Record: Allen+Maurer Architects Ltd

Squirrel Cove is a secluded bay on Cortes Island, between the BC Mainland and Vancouver Island. It is a popular spot for boaters to anchor for a night or two, and explore the surroundings. To limit the ecological impact of this uncontrolled but intense use, the Klahoose First Nation is now planning a marina with visitor facilities. The proposed restaurant will be part of the first phase of this project. Its free form will present itself like a sail to boaters approaching it from the outer bay. Construction will highlight locally harvested timber.

Architect of Record: Allen+Maurer Architects Ltd

Squirrel Cove is a secluded bay on Cortes Island, between the BC Mainland and Vancouver Island. It is a popular spot for boaters to anchor for a night or two, and explore the surroundings. To limit the ecological impact of this uncontrolled but intense use, the Klahoose First Nation is now planning a marina with visitor facilities. The proposed restaurant will be part of the first phase of this project. Its free form will present itself like a sail to boaters approaching it from the outer bay. Construction will highlight locally harvested timber.

Architect of Record: Allen+Maurer Architects Ltd