Eberhard Heinrich Zeidler (born 11 January 1926) is a German-born architect who studied at the Bauhaus and the Technical University in Karlsruhe but spent most of his life practicing in Canada. He emigrated to Canada in 1951 and worked as a draftsman for Blackwell & Craig. In his mature years, the firm transformed into Zeidler Partnership, the name under which it operates today. Eberhard's architectural style prioritizes the user of the space, focuses on creating spaces that are functional and beautiful, while fulfilling the needs of the program and the user.He was a member of the Toronto Planning Board, a director for the Toronto Harbourfront Corporation and for fifteen years was Adjunct Professor of Architectural Design at the University of Toronto. He has been awarded over 200 national and international awards for his projects.
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