This integrated public art project was done as part of the redevelopment of St. Andrews Park by the City of North Vancouver. The public art component consists of three installations: The Gateway flanked by a giant granite boulder topped with a bronze scale model of St. Andrews Church with accompanying signage for the park. The Living Ruin is a modern outdoor living room rendered in giant granite slabs, featuring 2 sofas, 3 chairs, 2 tables a buffet and an array of stone portraits. The Rain Garden features a concrete plaza dotted with granite boulders, water activated via a palm switch floods spillways and washes the plaza winding its way between the boulders.
The St. Andrews Park Redevelopment Project received a CSLA Regional Honor Award for 2003.