The art of city building has always required many talents. Builders and architects are often remembered for their accomplished constructions, but architectural illustrators have frequently been overlooked. This collection of plans depicts architectural and urban projects that were proposed in Vancouver at different historical periods but never materialized. This MOV Studio exhibition shares 21 unrealized plans and drawings by architects, city planners, and engineers including Harland Bartholomew, Arthur Erickson, I.M Pei, Andrew Malczewski, and others, from 1910-2000.
Guest Curator: Jason Vanderhill, creator of the Illustrated Vancouver blog.