Erickson, Arthur Charles

ERICKSON, Arthur Charles, architect (b 14 June 1924, Vancouver; d 20 May 2009, Vancouver). After studying at UBC and McGill Univ, he began practising in VANCOUVER in 1953. No other architect did as much to shape the face of the city, and he was internationally renowned for his work in Vancouver and elsewhere. His notable Lower Mainland projects include SFU, the Robson Square Complex (comprising Robson Square, Law Courts and the VANCOUVER ART GALLERY), the MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY and Central...

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