Erickson, Arthur Charles
View of the Art Museum, showing the west elevation and integration with the square by Ericson; Right in the center of Vancouver the Robson Square complex extends across three blocks between the old court-house (now the Vancouver Art Gallery) and the seven-storied glass pyramid housing the new court-house (designed by the Vancouver-born architect Arthur Erickson and built in 1979). Various government departments occupy the different levels in the complex. With roof garden terraces, small waterfall, pond and well-designed foyer the Square lends itself to open-air events in summer.
Type of Workmixed-use development; office building
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