Recreating, revitalizing, and enhancing Canada’s island province: Prince Edward Island (PEI).
PEI, one of the three maritime provinces of Canada, is a place of outstanding natural beauty and rural character. Its population is 155,000 with an area of 5,660 square kilometers. Just for a second, imagine there was a great city of nearly 2 million people situated on this island while the rest of the province maintained its rural charm and natural beauty.
This city, a revamped version of the existing capital of Charlottetown, has it all.
A unique historic charm exists alongside world-leading modern architecture. Ports, factories, and airports are all state of the art. Three world-class universities, along with Canada’s premier local school system, fuel the island’s flourishing research and innovation sector. Tourists flock to the island to spend time walking the beaches, hiking the forests, exploring charming villages, and enjoying the cafes of the city.
This island is booming. Immigrants, professionals, opportunists, and tourists come to the city in droves from all over the globe.
Project PEI seeks to blend things that seem to be opposites: modern and historic, urban and rural, sustainable and prosperous. In many ways, this project is an experiment in the future of urban development.
Can a perfect place exist? Perhaps in Minecraft. This can be it.
Interested? You can be a part of this.
You’ll find a few sample images of some work that has been done, but there’s much more to do. Apply by clicking the link below. Every application will be granted a chance to come on and complete a build test.