Nordic classicism : Scandinavian architecture 1910-1930 /

"Nordic Classicism presents the first English-language survey of an important yet short-lived movement in modern architectural history. It was through the Nordic classical movement that Scandinavian architecture first attracted international attention. It was the Nordic Pavilions, rather than L...

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Main Author: Stewart, John (Architect) (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: London, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Bloomsbury Visual Arts, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018.
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Table of Contents:
  • IntroductionChapter 1
  • From National Romanticism to ModernismChapter 2
  • Carl Petersen (The Faaborg Museum, Funen, Denmark)Chapter 3
  • Sigurd Lewerentz (The Resurrection Chapel, Stockholm, Sweden)Chapter 4
  • Marti Valikangas (Puu Kapyla Housing, Helsinki, Finland)Chapter 5
  • Ivar Tengbom (The Matchstick Palace, Stockholm, Sweden)Chapter 6
  • Oiva Kallio (Villa Oivala, Helsinki, Finland)Chapter 7
  • Edvard Thomsen (Oregard School, Copenhagen, Denark)Chaoter 8
  • Alvar Aalto (Jyvaskyla Workers Club, Jyvaskyla, Finland)Chapter 9
  • Hack Kampmann (Copenhagen Police Headquarters, Denmark)Chapter 10
  • JS Siren (The Finnish Parliament House, Helsinki, Finland)Chapter 11
  • Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz (The Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden)BibliographyIndex.