A Guide to Finnish Architecture by J. M. Richards

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Praeger, 1967 - Architecture - 112 pages
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15th cent Aarne Ervi Aarno Ruusuvuori Aino Aalto Aleksanterinkatu Alvar Aalto architects Armas Lindgren Art Nouveau Aulis Blomstedt Baillie Scott Bassi bell-tower building in Helsinki built C. L. Engel Cathedral central central Finland centre century chapel Chapter Chiewitz choir-screen civic buildings classical elements clerestory competition held country houses courtyard cruciform Degerby designed dome eastern Finland Eira Eliel Saarinen Erik Bryggman Erottaja Espoo example facade Finland Finnish architecture Finnish church Finnish town flats floor Frosterus Gesellius Gothic Revival Gulf of Bothnia Gulf of Finland hall Hameenlinna Hamina Hattula Heikki Siren Helsinki Cathedral Herman Gesellius Hollola Hotel Hvittrask Ilmari Tapiovaara Imatra influence interior Jyvaskyla Kaija and Heikki Kajaani Kallio Karelia Karhula Katajanokka Keijo Kerimaki Kotka Kulosaari Kuopio Lahti Lappeenranta Lapua Lars Sonck Lauttasaari layout leading architect Lindgren Lohja Louis Jean Desprez Loviisa Ludwig Engel Lutheran Mannerheimintie Manor-House market square medieval modern architecture Munkkiniemi Nakkila National Romantic National Romantic style neoclassical Noormarkku Nurmo occupied octagonal Olavinlinna Olympic Games Ostrobothnia Otaniemi Paimio pediment Pernaja photograph pilasters Plate Pori Porvoo Purmo Rauma Rautalampi reinforced concrete romanticism roof Rovaniemi Russian Russian Empire Saarinen Saimaa sanatorium Sarvlax Savonlinna Senate Square side Sigurd Frosterus south harbour storey street style Sunila Sweden Swedish Tampere Tampere Cathedral Tapiola theatre Toivo Korhonen Tornio tower town-hall Turku Turun Sanomat university building Vaasa vernacular architecture Viipuri Viljo Rewell Villa Mairea walls wing wood wooden churches wooden houses

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