Item : 1993-060.4156 - Mr. Martin J.J. Dayton residence garden : 1175 Chartwell Crescent, West Vancouver

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Mr. Martin J.J. Dayton residence garden : 1175 Chartwell Crescent, West Vancouver

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  • Architectural drawing

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AM1194-S7-: 1993-060.4156

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1 architectural drawing : pencil on paper

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(1964-1980)

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Justice & Webb was a landscape architecture practice located in Vancouver, B.C, but practising across the province, with a few projects in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

The partnership was formed after the dissolution of the partnership between Desmond Muirhead and Clive Justice in 1963. Former employee Harry Webb became a partner, and this firm became the dominant one in the 34-year continuum of partnerships involving the three men. Significant projects designed by the firm include the University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Park & Tilford Gardens in North Vancouver, the Centennial Square re-development in Victoria, B.C., and the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, SK. Over the course of the partnership's practice, the firm's work evolved from predominantly single-family and multi-unit residential to one where projects for school boards and other educational establishments, and commercial developments predominated.

In 1980, the partnership evolved again as former employee John Vincent became a partner, forming a new partnership: Justice, Webb & Vincent, Landscape Architects.

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File consists of a drawing depicting landscape design. The drawing depicts a planting plan and plant list.

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Record was in the custody of successor firms ending with Justice & Vincent, Landscape Architects.

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Access to this file is not restricted. The drawings depict exterior features only.

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Job #73-25

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1973-01-01

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Under copyright

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2024-06-06

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Canada

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1973-01-01

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  • Box: 260-06-05