Whistler museum to be one with nature
from Journal of Commerce
When construction crews finish the $30 million Audain Art Museum in Whistler in fall 2015, they will have finished B.C.'s largest purpose-built museum and a structure that takes some of Canada's most prized artists back to the natural environment where they created their works — the forest. "It's a very unique building," said project architect David Shone of Patkau Architects. The building design had to accommodate flood plain conditions from nearby Fitzsimmons Creek and was formerly an old public works yard and parking area.
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