3 edition of Gunnar Asplund architect 1885-1940 found in the catalog.
Gunnar Asplund architect 1885-1940
|Statement||edited by Gustav Holmdahl, Sven Ivar Lind, Kjell Ödeen. with an essay by Hakon Ahlberg.|
|Contributions||Holmdahl, Gustav., Lind, Sven Ivar., Ödeen, Kjell., Ahlberg, Hakon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Erik Gunnar Asplund was a leader of modern design whom the magazine "Architectural Review" called the "high priest of functionalism in Sweden.". Gunnar Asplund was born in Stockholm. He studied at the Technical High School and then at the Academy of Art, graduating in That year he entered an architectural competition for the Swedish Church in Paris, basing his design upon Swedish. Description - Gunnar Asplund by Peter Blundell Jones Sweden s leading architect of the twentieth century, Erik Gunnar Asplund ( ) produced buildings of extraordinary grace and poetry in his native land. His best known works are the pavilions at the Stockholm Exhibition of and the Woodland Crematorium of
( ) Sweden s leading modern architect, Gunnar Asplund studied at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, completed his degree there in , and went on to create an austere form of modernism that reveals a stripped down. In the preface of his book The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, , Stuart Wrede notes that it is the first comprehensive book on Asplund since the s. Today this seems surprising, though at the time, with society’s elevation of Modernism in architecture and .
In all, Asplund designed 68 projects, of which 32 were constructed. They include an airport, schools, housing, shops, restaurants, and mausoleums. The first book-length publication on Asplund was Gustav Holmdahl, ed., Gunnar Asplund, Architect, (; trans. ); it is well illustrated with plans, sketches, and photographs. 图书Gunnar Asplund - 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. models and photographs of the work of architect Gunnar Asplund held at the Architectural Association in London from 26 September to 29 October " 豆瓣成员常用的标签(共1个) .
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Gunnar Asplund, architect, Plans, sketches, and photographs published by Svenska arkitekters riksförbundAuthor: HOLMDAHL Gustav and others (eds).
This is a beautifully illustrated, comprehensive monograph on the underrated Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund.
Although Asplund's work is contemporary with Mies, Le Corbusier, and Aalto, it is of an entirely different current -- Asplund weaves together vernacular, classical and modernist influences in a way that stands solidly outside standard, official history of Modern Architecture/5(9).
Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund is an important but neglected figure in the history of early Modernist architecture, whose work, which spanned the transition from the neo-Romanticism of the early years of the century to the full-blown Modernism of the s, reflects in.
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Noted Architect. He was a leader of modern design, whom the magazine Architectural Review called high priest of functionalism in Sweden. Born in Stockholm he studied there at the Technical High School and the Academy of Art, graduating in In the same year Burial: Skogskyrkogården, Enskede.
Further Reading on Eric Gunnar Asplund. The first book-length publication on Asplund was Gustav Holmdahl, ed., Gunnar Asplund, Architect, (; trans. ); it is well illustrated with plans, sketches, and photographs. Eric de Mare published a short monograph, Gunnar Asplund (). Erik Gunnar Asplund architect - designer ( ) Erik Gunnar Asplund, born in Stockholm inwas a Swedish architect, mostly known as a key representative of the Nordic classicism of the s.
He studied architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology in completing his studies, he worked for Asplund Tengrom architects, Westman and Ostberg. Three years later, the SAR (the National Association of Swedish Architects) published a memorial volume, Gunnar Asplund Architectaccompanied by an essay--written very much in the rather foggy manner of the time--by Asplund's friend, Hakon Ahlberg.
Quarto in light brown DJ, pages, chiefly b&w illustrations (some color), facsimiles, plans ; 28 cm. Architecture -- Sweden. || Asplund, Erik Gunnar, || Erik Gunnar Asplund (22 September - 20 October ) was a Swedish architect, mostly known as a key representative of Nordic Classicism of the s, and during the last decade of his life as a major proponent of the.
Gustav Holmdahl, Sven Ivar Lind and Kjell deen, Ed. Gunnar Asplund Architect Stockholm: The National Association of Swedish Architects, NA A8H6.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). The first book-length publication on Asplund was Gustav Holmdahl, ed., Gunnar Asplund, Architect, (; trans.
); it is well illustrated with plans, sketches, and photographs. Eric de Mare published a short monograph, Gunnar Asplund (). Gunnar Asplund (–), architect ; Tim Bergling (–), musician and DJ, known professionally as Avicii. (Funeral was held, remains buried at Hedvig Eleonora Church graveyard.) Brasse Brännström (–), actor; Arthur Fischer (–), actor; Siegfried Fischer (–), actorInscription: (18th Session).
Swedish, – Wikipedia entry Introduction Erik Gunnar Asplund (22 September – 20 October ) was a Swedish architect, mostly known as a key representative of Nordic Classicism of the s, and during the last decade of his life as a major proponent of the modernist style which made its breakthrough in Sweden at the Stockholm International Exhibition ().
Erik Gunnar Asplund (b. Stockholm, Sweden ; d. Stockholm, Sweden ) Erick Asplund was born in Stockholm in Generally considered Sweden's leading architect, Asplund began his career as a painter before he studied architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.
E.G. Asplund: Asupurundo no kenchiku / Yoshimura Yukio shashin ; Kawashima Yōichi bun Kawashima, Yōichi, [ Book: ]. Gunnar Asplund arkitekt by Erik Gunnar Asplund, Ahlberg, Hakon, Gustav Holmdahl 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund Author Asplund, Erik Gunnar, Date Publisher The Museum of Modern Art Exhibition URL Finnish architect.
Employing photo and text panels, GUNNAR ASPLUND provides an important and long-overdue analysis of Asplund's remarkable oeuvre. Although.archINFORM homepage of Erik Gunnar Asplund (* †) – Swedish architect [contains a list of buildings].