| Carl Carlberg|| 1814|
Carl Wilhelm Carlberg Wikipedia
Carl Wilhelm Carlberg (1746 - 1814) was a Swedish architect.
Carl Wilhelm Carlberg, who was born on 9 March 1746 at Örgryte and died on 8 April 1814 in Göteborg, was a Swedish architect, fortifications officer, and Gothenburg's first city architect. He was the son of Bengt Wilhelm Carlberg during his second marriage, to Jeanna Stina Carlberg, née Blaesinghs. His uncle Johan Eberhard Carlberg was Gothenburg's first city engineer, from 1717 to 1727, and subsequently city architect in Stockholm for 45 years. The Carlberg family has a street in Gothenburg named after it, Carlbergsgatan in the area of the city called Gårda.