Bank of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario (2014)
Project series documents Cornelia Hahn Oberlander's work as consulting landscape architect for the revitalisation project of the atrium and garden of the Bank of Canada building in Ottawa, Ontario. Oberlander was included in the project in 2014 as consultant after requests from Heritage Canada and others, including Phyllis Lambert, concerned about the conservation of a landmark building and landscape. She worked with architectural firm Busby Perkins+Will who was in charge of the project for the building. The Bank of Canada building and the exterior and interior landscape were originally designed by Arthur Erickson.
The project series contains correspondence with architects and consultants, and also correpondence with Heritage Canada about the protection of the interior and exterior landscape. It also contains project proposal presentation booklets by architects, documentation and press.
Material in this project series was kept in its original order when it was first processed upon its arrival at CCA.
Ottawa Ontario Canada
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