CBC News Highlights the Integration of Inuit Art in the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

December 14, 2018

CBC News has published a feature on its webpage that highlights EVOQ’s unique collaborative design approach and how this includes incorporating large, specially commissioned Inuit art into the architectural fabric of the CHARS in Ikaluktutiak (Cambridge Bay).

Realized in joint venture with NFOE, CHARS is a world-class science and technology facility dedicated to the advancement of Arctic knowledge.

The integration of Inuit art in the CHARS is but one example of EVOQ’s nationally-renowned expertise in working with Inuit and First Nations and its commitment to celebrate these rich cultures through architecture expressing their vision.

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