Erickson, Arthur

Semi-retired Vancouver architect who tried to reclaim modern architecture in Canada from commercial mediocrity and engineering single-mindedness. He failed, but it was an interesting failure. Erickson is famous for his inattention to detail, particularly when it involved glass canopies. Rumours about Erickson are almost never true, despite being entertaining and quite possibly self-generated.

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