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Viewing Vancouver

In late October, students from the three year masters of architecture program visited Vancouver British Columbia to learn about the distinctive buildings there and observe the results of that city”s efforts at planning the built environment. ┬áSites visited included the newly constructed visitors center at the Van Dusen Botanical Garden, the University of British Columbia Anthropology Museum, the Bertram Charles Binning House, the Belkin Gallery at UBC, Stanley Park, the Granville Island Market and The Emily Carr school. ┬áStudents heard from UBC faculty, had a private tour of the Binning house, and took the opportunity to photograph and sketch the site and many others.
Written by Jonathan Konkol, MArch Candidate 2014
Emily Carr Art School, Granville Island, Patkau Architects
B.C. Binning House, West Vancouver, B.C. Binning
Matthew Soules, Professor at UBC school of architecture, speaking to the students about the house and the experience of living there.
Museum of Anthropology, UBC campus, Arthur Erickson
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Beaty BioDiversity Center, UBC Campus, Patkau Architects
Vandusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre, Vancouver, Busby, Perkins and Will Architects. The first Living Building in Western Canada that opened sunday october 23.
Vandusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre, Vancouver, Busby, Perkins and Will Architects. The first Living Building in Western Canada that opened sunday october 23.
The Waterfall Building, Vancouver, Arthur Erickson
Mixed Use, residential and commercial courtyard building with an interesting social/community agenda and skip-stop section.
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