Architecture Canada n°11 2nd semestre 2011
Architecture Canada n°11 2nd semestre 2011
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  • Parution : n°11 de 2nd semestre 2011

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  • Editeur : Naylor Canada

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  • Nombre de pages : 32

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From the time he was a little boy growingup in Vancouver, David Dove, MRAIC wanted to be an architect, just like one of his early hometown heroes, the legendary Arthur Erickson. But Dove never imagined that he would one day be building on the award-winning design that first brought the late Erickson international acclaim. Completed in 2008, the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Arts and Social Sciences Complex (ASSC) designed by Busby Perkins+Will consists of two phases : Saywell Hall, which is home to archaeology, criminology, clinical psychology, First Nations studies and the Centre for Forensic Research, and Blusson Hall, which houses the new Faculty of Health Sciences. Both C-shaped buildings book-end one another and forma large, landscaped courtyard that fosters interaction. The solar shading strategy used by Erickson on the original buildings, such as the Academic Quadrangle (AQ) and repetitive vertical concrete blades, have been reinterpreted on the ASSC with vertical glass shades. However, with Blusson Halland Saywell Hall, the strategies are different continued on page 14 Daylight-Friendly Design Head Building on Erickson’s green legacy By Christopher Guly All images courtesy of Busby Perkins+Will Architects Co. All public circulation zones have floor-to-ceiling glass on one side at a minimum. ARCHITECTURE CANADA ■ 13

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