ANGLO AMERICA-CANADA/British Columbia-Vancouver

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'National Geographic' 1994, Through the Great Canadian Wilderness' Reader's Digest 1995'. Exploring Vancouver-The Essential Architectural Guide, Kalman Phillips Ward/UBC Press'1993. 20th Century Architecture PART 2/1991,

 

Overview
   
Vancouver



 Vancouver is a city where nature and art often meet. Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Skyline
  
 Vancouver




 Photo by Yongjun Shin(#2/2008), Byunguh Yu(#2/September 1993).
  

 

Vancouver International Airport
  
 Vancouver

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 9 April 1993.

 

Harbour View
  
 Stanley Park, Vancouver

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993.

 

Totem Pole
  
 Stanley Park, Vancouver



 The day & evening view from Stanley Park.
Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Lions' Gate Bridge
  
 Stanley Park, Vancouver

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Overview
   
Stanley Park, Vancouver

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Canada Place
  
 999 Canada Place, Vancouver



 Famous Image Maximum theather in Burrard Inlet. Architect by Zeidler Roberts Partnership; Musson Cattell Partnership; Downs/Archambault 1983-86. This impressive, decked, mega-project was built as the Canadian pavilion for Expo '86 on the site of Canadian Pacific's Pier BC, from which the famous Empress liners sailes to the Orient. Teflon-coated sails strung in high-tech fashion enclose an exhibition hall/conference centre, while the interior of the hotel superstructure boasts lofty public spaces. Photo by Byunguh Yu(#1/September 1993), Yongjun Shin(#2/2008). 

 

Queen Elizabeth Park
  
 Vancouver

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 9 April 1993.

 

Bloedel Conservatory
  
 Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver



 Front sculpure by Henry Moore. Architect by Underwood, McKinley, Cameron, Wilson & Smith on 1969. Tropical plants and chattering birds thrive beneath the 'triodetic' dome, 140 feet in diameter, assembled from aluminum pipe and plexiglas bubbles(by Thorson & Thorson, Structural Engineers). The same architects designed the adjacent restaurant(1972-72). The structures crown 500-feet-high Little Mountain, the highest point in the city. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 9 April 1993.

 

Mt.Whistler Tramway
  
 Vancouver



Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Steam Clock
  
 Vancouver



 Photo by Yongjun Shin(#1/2008), Byunguh Yu(#2/September 1993).

 

University of British Columbia
  
 Vancouver

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Hell Gate
  
 Fraser River Canyon, Boston Bar, British Columbia

 
 
 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993. 

 

Canadian Pacific Railway
  
 Kamloops, British Columbia



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on September 1993.