Information Bureau, Waterton Lakes National Park
The Information Bureau was constructed in 1958 with distinctive stonework on the exterior; the stonework included a false chimney/buttress that was the main entrance to the building . This small (56 m²) single storey structure was built into the hillside to provide a prominent and purpose-built location for the growing number of tourists visiting Waterton Lakes National Park . This building provides an excellent example of International Style architecture that was prominent in the park throughout the 1950s and 60s . This is a subsampled point cloud of what remained of the Visitors Bureau, post fire. The masonry has since been removed from the site.
May 7, 2018
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