Shelter Island Gazebo & Trellis
This project is a community driven effort to replace the now demolished Rotary Pavilion once located near the roundabout on Shelter Island Drive. The primary goal of the project is to create a beautiful gathering site for the Shelter Island community and for visitors to this spectacular bay front location. Other goals for the project include development of the surrounding space to accommodate future donations of sculptures, plaques, and benches, engraved tiles, pathways and landscaping elements offered by the community.
Hubbell & Hubbell architecture studio coordinated the project management, architectural working drawings, project permitting, and construction administration for the park and James Hubbell’s gazebo design that echoes the forms of ocean waves and billowing sails.
Photo by Scot Conti.
Awards & Recognition
- 2007 Excellence in Structural Engineering Award, Special Use Structures –
Structural Engineering Association, San Diego Chapter
- 2007 Art in Concrete Award – American Concrete Institute, San Diego International Chapter
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