Arthur Erickson

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Arthur Erickson

Country

Canada

Birth - Death

1924 - 2009

Occupation

Architect

Notable Achievements

Order of Canada

Description

Architect and philosopher. Renowned for designing Canadian Embassy in Washington, the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, the Fresno City Hall, Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, and other modernist buildings around the world. Renowned for his innovative approach to landscape, he was also considered controversial and a genius simultaneously. Appointed Officer of the Order of Canada, 1973. Subject of a biography, 'Arthur Erickson - An Architect's Life' (2013).

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