Museum of Anthropology Designed by Arthur Erickson, UBC Campus

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Designed in 1976 by Arthur Erickson, the Museum of Anthropology is one of the regions most recognizable buildings with its distinction post and beam architecture.

The Museum of Anthropology was designed by the late renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson in 1976, inspired by the post and beam built forms of traditional Northwest Coast Natives. Visitors to the Museum can visit the back of the building which houses a native village, totem poles and a view of the striking architecture.

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