Architectural Projects

Architectural Projects

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  • Erickson/Massey Architects (creator)
  • Arthur Erickson Architects (creator)
  • Arthur Erickson (creator)
  • Arthur Erickson (archive creator)


Architectural Projects

Dates of creation


Level of archival description


Extent and Medium

  • Approximately 79,100 drawings
  • Approximately 23,750 slides
  • Approximately 2,525 mixed photographic materials
  • Approximately 2,090 photographs
  • 48 models
  • 82.18 linear metres of textual records
  • 156 panels
  • 7 boxes of building materials
  • 3 VHS videocassettes

Scope and Content

Sub-Series consists of 409 Dossiers of architectural projects by Erickson / Massey Architects (1963-1972), Arthur Erickson Architects (1972-1991), and by Arthur Erickson as a design consultant for other firms (1991-2002), including Aitken Wreglesworth Associates, Architectura, and Nick Milkovich Architects. Sub-series also contains early residential projects by Arthur Erickson completed before 1963. The projects are international in scope with locations in Canada, United States, Europe (England, France, Spain, Germany), the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Iran, Jordan), and the Far East (Japan, China, Hong Kong, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan), and Australia.

There are additional photographic documentation binders for several projects in AP022.S2.SS1.D11 (Project Documentation), material intended for media release and publications associated with particular projects in AP022.S2.SS1.D7 (Public Relations and Marketing) and material related to certain late projects that do not have an associated project Dossier in AP022.S2.SS1.D3 (General Office, Vancouver and Los Angeles).

Reference Number



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    • Reference Number: AP022.S1.1958.PR01
    • Title: Filberg House
    • Dates of creation: 1958-1960


    • Arthur Erickson (archive creator)
    • Arthur Erickson (architect)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 Project

    Extent and Medium:

    • 170 slides
    • 22 photographs
    • 3 drawings
    • 0.01 l.m. of textuals records

    Scope and Content:

    File documents a built residence near Comox, British Columbia on Vancouver Island. The Filberg House is a two bedroom 2,580 square foot pavilion. Originally designed for Robert Filberg Jr., the house was conceived of as a retreat and included elements of Andalusian Islamic architecture.

    File contains photographs, slides, textual records and a drawing.


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