Robson Square a place for Provincial government center and also courthouse, located in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. It designed by Arthur C. Erickson in 1980. The building constructed using reinforced concrete as the construction.

The building now used as Provincial Law Courts, UBC Robson Square, government office buildings, and Vancouver Art Gallery. It is three blocks long complex or about 1,300,000 square feet (121,000 m2) of space in area with 35 courtrooms. The height is 139 feet(42 metres) and the glass roof is 420 by 115 feet (130 by 35 m). The roof’s frame exposed and built used steel, covering approximately 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) of public space. There is also three cascading waterfalls, a pool, and unique patterns of stairs and ramps.

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