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Oberlander, Cornelia Hahn

Oberlander, Cornelia Hahn (1927– ). German-born landscape-architect. She worked with Kiley in the USA prior to settling in Canada. In the late 1970s she designed the grounds of the Museum of Anthropology (1974–6) and the setting of the Provincial Government Buildings, Robson Square (1974–9), both in Vancouver, British Columbia, and both by Erickson. Other works include the grounds of the Canadian Chancery, Washington, DC (1980s—again with Erickson), of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (1989–92—designed by Safdie), and of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, Canada (1992–3—designed by Pin/Matthews and Ferguson Simek Clark, with Matsuzaki Wright.

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Kalman (1994)

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