March 28, 2019

ERICKSON'S EVERGREENING
A Celebration of an Arthur Erickson Design and Those Who Saved It

Through a multi-year effort by many individuals, businesses and institutions, the Evergreen Building has not just been saved from demolition, but fully preserved. The first example of 1970s Modernist architecture to be both historically designated and fully restored in Western Canada, this reception and presentation publicly told the full story of how the Evergreen Building was saved then preserved, in the words of those who did it. Read more >>

June 22, 2018

A THOUSAND WORDS
ARTHUR ERICKSON: A LEGACY TOLD THROUGH DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES

A special presentation from a diverse set of notable figures in architecture, landscape architecture, media, academia, heritage, and business. It is said that an image is worth a thousand words. Each speaker shared their own thousand words in response to an image from Arthur Erickson's legacy and in turn, shared how it inspires their future. Click for video:

Abu Nuwas project rendering: Robert McIlhargey