Cormorant Cove Park

Cormorant Cove Park
Cormorant Cove Park

started as a empty lot with a nine-foot high bulkhead and no beach access. To create the park, the existing 200 foot-long bulkhead was torn out and cut back, recreating a driftwood beach intertidal habitat. The park features a 360 square foot tiled Mosaic Lookout overlooking Puget Sound and an 18 foot bronze handrail of waves and Cormorants. The park is landscaped with native, salt tolerant, and drought tolerant plants. Lezlie Jane was the project lead and artist.

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Bronze Cormorant Handrail
Bronze Cormorant Handrail

18 foot bronze handrail of waves and Cormorants

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Mosaic Cormorant detail
Mosaic Cormorant detail

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Cormorant Cove Park
Cormorant Cove Park

started as a empty lot with a nine-foot high bulkhead and no beach access. To create the park, the existing 200 foot-long bulkhead was torn out and cut back, recreating a driftwood beach intertidal habitat. The park features a 360 square foot tiled Mosaic Lookout overlooking Puget Sound and an 18 foot bronze handrail of waves and Cormorants. The park is landscaped with native, salt tolerant, and drought tolerant plants. Lezlie Jane was the project lead and artist.

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