Lester B. Pearson College, Victoria, British Columbia (2012)
Part of:
  • Cornelia Hahn Oberlander (archive creator)
  • Cornelia Hahn Oberlander (landscape architect)
  • Matsuzaki and Associates (architectural firm)
  • DA Architects + Planners (architectural firm)
  • Enns Gauthier Landscape Architects (landscape architectural firm)

Lester B. Pearson College, Victoria, British Columbia (2012)



Level of archival description:
Extent and medium:
  • 0.20 l.m. of textual records
    48 photographic materials
    27 drawings (including 23 reprographic copies)
    9 digital files (804 MB)
Scope and content:
Project series documents Cornelia Hahn Oberlander's various landscaping projects for Lester B. Pearson College in Victoria, British Columbia. In the early 2000s, Oberlander worked on a project for the revitalization of the landscape scheme of the administration building of the College. Also in the early 2000s, she worked on the landscape planning for the GreenHome Project, a project of transforming the Calgary House into an ecological and sustainable building. This project was in collaboration with Matsuzaki and Associates and students of the college. Orberlander also worked on the renewal of master plan and the installation of a green roof in 2012 with DA Architects + Planners. The project series also includes Oberlander's project for the Calgary House Courtyard improvements in 2016 with Enns Gauthier Landscape Architects.

The project series contains predominantly documents related to the 2012 renewal of the college master plan. It includes perspective drawings, landscape details and sections, irrigation plans, planting plans and grading plans. The project is also documented through correspondence with client and architects, project presentation and proposals, financial documents, documentation and products catalogs and research material on the college, including a digital version of a promotional video. The project series also includes correspondence with client, photographs and documentation related to the landscape sheme project for the administration building of 2000 and correspondence, documentation and project presentation for the GreenHome project of 2003. The project series also comprises documents related to the improvements of the Calgary House Courtyard of 2016, such as correspondence with architects and financial documents.
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Material in this project series was kept in its original order when it was first processed upon its arrival at CCA.

Victoria British Columbia Canada


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