Peter Krajnak Feinknopf Macioce Schappa Architects
Joe Regan Ballinger
Bill Gustafson Ballinger
TIM SCHMALENBERGER MKSK Studios
Jim Nagy Nagy Glass
Peggy Kolodziej Mt. Carmel Health
Steve McCllellan Mt. Carmel Health
Denny Hammond North Shore Stone
Edsel Blackburn Unison Steel Fabrication
Eddy Rajczyk Lighting Unlimited
Mark Hopkins Video Heirloom
Chris Steel Steel Models
Media stone, bronze, stainless, glass and water. The fountain sculpture and its benches occupies 400 square feet.
Homage is designed to memorialize the memory of Bruce Siegel and create a place for quiet reflection. Its stone tablets, eternal light, tree and water are drawn from the hospital’s Catholic Order and Bruce’s Jewish faith.
Collaboration took place on all levels. Canneto partnered with the client to create the project concept, design and funding. Worked with the design team to design the space and production crews to build and manage the project.
Homage has become an integral part of the physical, emotional and spiritual space of Mt Carmel's Siegel Center.
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