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Museum of Anthropology grounds, 1976, Vancouver, BC, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander “There is a real conversation between Arthur Erickson’s building, with its soaring glass walls and sharp angles that carry you physically outside, and the grounds, designed by O

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Originally appeared in The Ungreening of America
on February 27, 2009
Museum of Anthropology grounds, 1976, Vancouver, BC, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
“There is a real conversation between Arthur Erickson’s building, with its soaring glass walls and sharp angles that carry you physically outside, and the grounds, designed by O
Museum of Anthropology grounds, 1976, Vancouver, BC, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander “There is a real conversation between Arthur Erickson’s building, with its soaring glass walls and sharp angles that carry you physically outside, and the grounds, designed by Oberlander. Both picturesque and modern, with these indigenous plants and full-scale totem poles that ground the building—it’s visionary.”

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