Hargreaves, George (1952– ). American landscape-architect. He designed Harlequin Plaza, Greenwood, CO (1980–3), Byxbee Park, Palo Alto, CA (1988–92—on a landfill site), Candlestick Point Park, San Francisco, CA (1985–93), the Guadaloupe River Park and other parks in San José, CA (1985–94), and the Waterfront, Louisville, KY (1990–7).
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