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Artist's conception of University of Victoria campus, 1964. Credit: Filion-Simpson Studio/UVic Archives. This photo from July 2, 1963, shows the VIP making a speech at the official opening of the University of Victoria. Credit:Ryan Brothers/UVic Archives. 1964 exterior view of the Elliott building lecture wing. Credit: Tase/UVic Archives. Student walking past Cornett on new walkway, c.1966. Credit: Ryan, Jim/UVic Archives. MacLaurin building under construction. Credit: UVic Photographic Services/UVic Archives. McPherson Library opened in 1964 with 60 staff and 150,000 books. This picture, from February 1, 1964, shows the sculpture panels being erected. Credit: Chapman Photography/UVic Archives. Visitors walk towards Clearihue Building on opening day, 1963. Credit: Ryan Brothers/UVic Archives. Mrs. P. H. Elliott standing beside a commemorative plaque at the official opening of the Elliott building in 1964. Credit: Filion-Simpson Studio/UVic Archives. The north-west entrance to the Elliot building, c.1970. Credit: John, William E./UVic Archives. Student Union Building as seen from the Clearihue building, c.1964. Credit: Campbell, Dane/UVic Archives. McPherson Library as seen from the Quadrangle in 1964. Credit: Campbell, Dane/UVic Archives. Mount Baker as seen beyond the Craigdarroch Residences from McPherson Library's roof in c.1970. Credit: UVic Archives. View of Maltwood Museum from across a hay field (Royal Oak). Credit: John, William E./UVic Archives. Cunningham Biosciences building in 1971. Credit: UVic Photographic Services/UVic Archives. Crane setting beams of Centennial Stadium in place, c.1967. Credit: UVic Archives. Hut Q, the old Phoenix theatre, being torn down in 1982. Credit: Durkin, John/UVic Archives.This shows Gordon Head before UVic occupied the land in 1945. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.This shows the Army Camp in 1945 that occupied the Gordon Head land. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.This is the Gordon Head Campus Master Plan (1961) by Wurster Barnardi & Emmons with Laurence Halprin and consulting architect-planners with Robert Siddall and Associates, University of Victoria architects. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Gorden Head Campus Master Plan: concept view by Alan Edwards for Wurster Barnardi & Emmons with Laurence Halprin consulting architect-planners with Robert Siddall and Associates (1961). Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.East quadrant landscape scheme by Clive Justice (Justice & Muirhead). Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Minimalist design in the early SUB. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Textured, bas-relief spandral panels (now obscured) in Clearihue. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Construction of Clearihue. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Clearihue building stands amidst early construction. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Stairwell in Clearihue with Bill West mobile/stabile sculpture “Thing,” 1962. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Note the “aesthetic”: main elements of Clearihue: glass curtain walls, slate floor and rock granite finishes, effects of nature light, minimalist furniture. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.McPherson Library. R. W. Siddall & Associates Archts (1963). Relief panels and cornice by George Norris. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Alan Edwards sketch of MacLaurin building, 1964. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.MacLaurin building, 1964. Notice the young trees growing in the walkway! Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.MacLaurin building, 1964. Notice all the construction around the building. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.A change in architectural direction came in 1969 when Erickson Massey Architects appointed to replace WBE for a three year period, July 17, 1969. Cunningham Building was one of their first buildings, 1971. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.Sedgewick Building: Downs Archambault archts. 1968. Credit: Martin Segger. The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria the 1950s and 60s. Mastermind Lecture, April 11, 2012.
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