Effort Continues to Save Peculiar Home of Arthur Erickson – North Shore News

Efforts are ongoing to save the former home of Arthur Erickson, a renowned Canadian architect known for his modernist designs. The house is located in Vancouver’s Point Grey neighborhood, was originally converted from conjoined garages and features a distinctive Japanese-style garden. Erickson lived in this modest yet unique home from 1957 until his death in 2009. The Arthur Erickson Foundation (AEF) has been instrumental in protecting the property, emphasizing its cultural and historical significance.



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