Museum of Anthropology (Then & Now)

By August 13, 2019 August 20th, 2019 Blog

Here we can take a look at the Then and Now of the Museum of Anthropology. During the museums revamp and relocation to UBC the landscaping became an essential part of showcasing its historical heritage. On indigenous lands, this meticulous design was for fronted by architect Arthur Erickson and Cornelia Oberlander. A testament to their vision, Founder of NBNW Tim Ferguson was alongside Cornelia. The two of them transformed this beautiful landscape while staying true to the Native Plants of the area. Following these morals of operation, 1976 to present, the landscaping and immense Water Feature still are one of a kind.

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