Robson Square, Vancouver, CA – Drone Footage

Undertaken between 1978 and 1983, the plaza, considered Vancouver’s civic core and primary public space, was designed by Cornelia Hahn Oberlander and Arthur Erickson as a continuous roof garden with a mix of enclosed and open spaces. Conceptualized as an urban oasis, the roof garden extends three blocks from the Erickson-designed Law Courts Building to the Vancouver Art Gallery, blending structure with landscape as it traverses various levels through a complex of at-grade and underground civic buildings.



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