2011 Heritage Conservation Award of Honour

Haida House is a permanent exhibit within the grounds of the Museum of Anthropology at UBC. Used for cultural events, teaching and ceremonies, it was created and built by renowned master carver Bill Reid and his friend Doug Cranmer in the 1950's. Constructed in the Haida manner and tradition, western red cedar was used for the massive roof posts and purlins, which were covered with split cedar planks laid board-on-board fashion. Two large totem poles were an integral part of the building's structure.

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