Architectural drawings

These digital collections feature architectural records and drawings held by UVic Libraries.

The Changing Face of University of Victoria Campus Lands
Early watercolour image of UVic campus

The Changing Face of University of Victoria Campus Lands

Virtual exhibit of the history and development of the University of Victoria campus to 1999.

This website holds the content of the pamphlet The Changing Face of University of Victoria Campus Lands (ISBN 1-55058-204-6), edited by Jane Turner and Don Lovell, published by the University of Victoria Archives, Copyright © 1999.

László Hudec Collection
Portrait of László Hudec

László Hudec Collection

In Shanghai, Hugyecz started to use the name L.E. Hudec in official writings. In the space of seven years, Hudec had several major projects under his belt, and by 1925 he had established his own office and a place as one of the leading architects in the city. Many of his buildings (Park Hotel, Moore Memorial Church, Grand Theatre, The Mansion, Union Brewery, Wu’s House, Estrella Apartments, etc.) are well preserved and visible today.

See also: Laszlo Hudec fonds

Floorplan of Dunsmuir House (1954)

Mid-Century Architecture in Victoria

This exhibit documents the rise of mid-century modern architecture in Victoria through three holdings in the University of Victoria Archives and Special Collections: the Wade Williams fonds (AR497), the John Di Castri fonds (SC429), and the Hubert Norbury fonds (SC479). The Wade and Di Castri fonds both comprise primarily architectural drawings, while the Norbury fonds consists of photographs of newly constructed buildings.

Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings
Drawing detail

Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings

Architectural drawings and plans by Samuel Maclure (1860-1929) for homes in Victoria, and other British Columbia locations.

Maclure received commissions from many prominent Victoria and British Columbia businessmen and politicians.

See also: Samuel Maclure fonds