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Glemme, Erick (1905–59). Swedish landscape-architect. He was responsible for the Norr Malstrand promenade (1941–3) along the lakeshore (which included various buildings), the Tegner Grove garden (early 1940s), and the Vasa Park (late 1940s), all in Stockholm.
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