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Alvar Aalto: Masterworks

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240 pages
Published 1998 by Thames and Hudson
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Craig Rowland
Jun 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
Alvar Aalto was one of Finland's most celebrated architects and designers. He is a national hero whose work can be found all over Finland as well as internationally. When I was in Finland in 2004 I picked up Alvar Aalto: Masterworks by Göran Schildt. In the majority of its 240 pages Schildt reviewed Aalto's major architectural designs, divided into decades. He added colour and black-and-white photos as well as blueprints. The final part of the book dealt with Aalto's furniture and glassware desi ...more
Saiid Abdul Baqi
Sep 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
This book displays Alvar Aalto's works throughout the 20th century, and the great innovative architect that he was. A great book for architecture lovers and readers in general as well.
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