The four finalists’ proposals for the redevelopment of Nepean Point are now available. View the videos, a two-page summary of the design proposal and images of the proposed design on each team’s web page.
Nepean Point Redevelopment
A two-stage international design competition to redevelop Nepean Point will create a lively, 21st century green space, in the heart of the Capital.
Members of the public can provide their feedback on these designs through an online survey until Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at midnight.
Nogoshkodadwin Park Team Asselin (WAA Montreal, Tectoo Architects, Milan Ingegneria)
Bluff Point Team Geuze (West 8, Barry Padolsky Associates Inc. Architects, Fotenn)
Big River Landscape Team Rosenberg (Janet Rosenberg & Studio Inc., Patkau Architects, Blackwell Structural Engineers, ERA Architects Inc.)
Nepean Point – A Park for Our Nation in Progress Team Ryan (PUBLIC WORK, KPMB Architects, Blackwell Structural Engineers, John Beaucage)
The two-stage international design competition to redevelop Nepean Point will create a lively, 21st century green space, in the heart of Canada’s Capital. The winning design team and their concept will be announced in November 2017, as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations. The first phase of construction is planned for 2019–2020.
Nepean Point is one of the most spectacular lookouts in Canada’s Capital, making it a key Capital destination. At the highest point of the site is a majestic statue of Samuel de Champlain, who explored the Ottawa River in 1613.