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The City of Vancouver has a past that is bound intimately to the land. It owes its success as a city to its stunning landscape and its wealth of natural resources. Vancouver was once a temperate rainforest and was thickly covered in magnificent trees. However, it wasn’t long until extensive logging began. Sawmills populated. Vancouver and lumber export became the city’s first major industry. A region that became home to an abundant source of old-growth forest, quickly became diminished due to rapidly growing industry.

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The City of Vancouver has a past that is bound intimately to the land. It owes its success as a city to its stunning landscape and its wealth of natural resources. Vancouver was once a temperate rainforest and was thickly covered in magnificent trees. However, it wasn’t long until extensive logging began. Sawmills populated. Vancouver and lumber export became the city’s first major industry. A region that became home to an abundant source of old-growth forest, quickly became diminished due to rapidly growing industry.

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To recapture the lost feeling of connection with our environment, a symbol of the city’s metamorphosis was presented as public seating. Through the reclamation of a 205-year-old coastal douglas-fir that had fallen late in 2011, the intention was to give it new life and to use its story as the foundation of a movement that seeks to better respect our precious resources. The symbolic representation of a fallen tree took the form of a public bench, which was installed on Granville Island.

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To recapture the lost feeling of connection with our environment, a symbol of the city’s metamorphosis was presented as public seating. Through the reclamation of a 205-year-old coastal douglas-fir that had fallen late in 2011, the intention was to give it new life and to use its story as the foundation of a movement that seeks to better respect our precious resources. The symbolic representation of a fallen tree took the form of a public bench, which was installed on Granville Island.

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