The Museum of Anthropology’s Great Hall will be seismically upgraded with isolation technology.
The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at the University of B.C. is one of the province’s most iconic structures, a West Coast modern building with “Haida and Japanese esthetics” that “brings the outdoors inside.”
The focal point of Arthur Erickson’s design is the Great Hall, a grand open space that soars five storeys high. The walls are made of glass, allowing for natural light that makes the room feel like it’s part of the natural landscape.
— CityNews Vancouver (@CityNewsVAN) November 12, 2020
For more information on the project, please visit MOA Great Hall Renewal