Built in 1853, Chiefswood was the childhood home of E. Pauline Johnson, renowned Canadian poet and performer. A National Historic Site, ERA provided full architectural services for the phased restoration of the interior and exterior of the house and the reconstruction of the wood-clad kitchen wing, in accordance with a conservation plan developed with Parks Canada. An interpretive program for the landscape restoration was developed with landscape historian Mark Laird.
- Ohsweken, Ontario
- Chiefswood National Historic Site
- Mark Laird
- Building Conservation/Heritage & Cultural Planning/Landscape & Urban Design