Gottlieb Wilhelm Eduard Redecker (30 April 1871, Otjimbingwe – 21 January 1945) was a German engineer and architect in South West Africa. He was responsible for a number of important buildings which still stand today in Namibia, particularly in Windhoek, including the national assembly building, the Tintenpalast.
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