Join us in the bookstore Saturday, November 21st at 3 pm.
Canadian architect Arthur Erickson is internationally recognized for his contribution to twentieth-century architecture, but little has been written about the man who designed the interiors of his buildings for over two decades. Ten years before his death, Erickson wrote this manuscript to emphasize the importance of Francisco Kripacz’s collaboration. With photographs and text by Erickson, this newly published book presents key projects carried out with Kripacz, including Roy Thomson Hall, the Eppich Houses, Napp Laboratories and the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. The book is a legacy of a prolific creative partnership, and a tribute to the designs of Francisco Kripacz.
This publication project will be presented by Geoffrey Erickson, nephew of Arthur Erickson, editor of the book and partner in Erickson Design Collection.