AIBC Vancouver Island Chapter – The Emergence of Architectural Modernism II

You are invited to attend the closing reception and presentation on Martin Segger’s exhibit, titled “The Emergence of Architectural Modernism II: UVic and the Victoria Regional Aesthetic in the late 1950s and 60s”. The second in a series of exhibitions and publications exploring the relationships, personalities and projects contributing to the development of a regional modernist aesthetic in post-war Victoria’s urban landscape. During this decade, a small number of innovative architectural firms changed Victoria’s built environment with forward-looking planning and bold new architectural forms. Showcasing plans, drawings, photographs, and architectural models from the period, this exhibition explores a number of planning initiatives, design projects, and building programs that defined this important phase in the development of the Capital Region. Exhibition highlights include: architectural photographs by Hubert Norbury and John Fulker; presentation drawings by Allan Edwards; architectural models of Centennial Square and the MacLaurin Building; and drawings, plans, and photos of architecture in Victoria including the University of Victoria campus. Featured names include John Armour, Theodore C. Bernardi, Studley Patrick Birley, Andrew Cochrane, Donald D. Dennis, John A. Di Castri, Roderick D. Clack, Donn Emmons, Lawrence Halprin, David Hambleton, Alan J. Hodgson, Clive Justice, John Lantzius, Desmond Muirhead, Robert W. Siddall, Charles D. Stockdill, Don Vaughan, John H. Wade, Don Wagg, David H. Warner, and William W. Wurster. It takes place at University of Victoria Legacy Art Gallery, 630 Yates Street, Victoria on Friday, February 24, 2012 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. While the event is free, space is limited.  Please pre-register by e-mailing AIBC Vancouver Island Chapter Chair Don Lovell MAIBC at

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