Dan offered an overview of his philosophy and approach to designing cemetery monuments,
Photo: Air India Memorial, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC
Please enjoy this collection of interesting articles and resources we read this week.
Running out of cemetery space
The need for cemetery space in Strathcona County is set to increase dramatically over the coming 25 years,
Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2018 from all of us at LEES+Associates!
Our office will be closed over the holidays, reopening on Tuesday, January 2rd, 2018.
On Thursday Nov 30th, the LEES+Associates team gathered at Bowen Island Lodge for our 16th annual winter retreat.
We explored the theme, “Looking Forward,” through short presentations, fun graphic exercises and visionary brainstorming sessions, punctuated by coffee, lunch—and cool walks in the rain.
Heidi Redman from our Whitehorse office and Reinaldo Jordan from our Toronto office joined the Vancouver team in a day of reviewing the successes of the past year and envisioning an even more successful year ahead.
Vancouver’s Mountain View Cemetery held its 13th annual Night for All Souls last Saturday, October 28th 2017.
The highlight in a week of events honouring the dead, this year’s “Night” was blessed with wonderful weather. Hundreds of visitors—families, neighbours and friends of the cemetery—turned out for an evening of music and song,
LEES+Associates was excited to attend the 2017 MTB Tourism Symposium in Revelstoke BC this fall.
Gathering multidisciplinary minds invested in furthering the future of mountain bike tourism in British Columbia, the core theme for this year’s event was stewardship.
The symposium lectures covered topics such as; Creating Successful Multi-Use Trails,
Erik Lees was one of the speakers at the World Design Summit held in Montreal, Canada last week.
Erik’s presentation “Resilience in northern cemetery design: lessons from Nunavut” addressed the congress theme DESIGN FOR EARTH. The congress convened over 3,500 delegates from six design disciplines to discuss transforming the future through design.
We’re not only about work at LEES+Associates, we make room for fun too. Occasionally, we shut off our computers and go out to play!
We had a fantastic company retreat at Dragon’s Lodge on Gabriola Island recently. The weekend allowed time for the LEES team and our families to share communal meals,