Eliel Saarinen

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Finnish architect and city planner who moved to the United States in 1923


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a) atrode akivaizdziai pasenusios stilistikos lyginant su antrojoje vietoje likusia Eliel Saarinen (Suomija) ideja, kuria to meto spauda netruko pakrikstyti "konkurso ziuri neivertintu perlu" (3 pav.
Selected Tribune drawings, including those of Hood and Howells and Eliel Saarinen, were published in the architectural press, including Architecture [47 (January, 1923): 13-17; 19-20] and American Architect [122 (December 20, 1922): 545-547; and 123 (January 23, 1923): 2325].
At first, the competition committee sent congratulations to his well-known father, Eliel Saarinen, who had also submitted an entry, saying that he was one of the semi-finalists.
This was the entry of Eliel Saarinen of Finland, the eventual second-place design and the only non-American prizewinner.
MUSEUM The National Museum building which was designed by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen between 1902 and 1904.
In 16-by-20-inch color photographs of the undersides of overturned classic Modernist chairs (by Charles Eames and Eliel Saarinen, among others), he captured what may be seen as the aftermath.
The ICF showroom, at 550 Pacific Avenue, carries work by Alvar Aalto, Marcel Breuer, and Eliel Saarinen, among others.
The collection is housed in three major buildings; each designed by a world renowned architect - Eliel Saarinen, I.
Others, like Eliel Saarinen in Finland and, arguably, C.
In 1924, the city commissioned Eliel Saarinen, the architect in residence at Cranbrook, to create a design for a riverfront civic center.
Severance Hall in Cleveland (1930) and that icon of pre-war American architecture Kleinhans in Buffalo by Eliel Saarinen (1940) are perfect examples of this 'new ideal'.
An early commercial building by Guojon in Reykjavik reflects the influence of Eliel Saarinen in Helsinki; Guojon's Lutheran church in Akureyri, Iceland's second city, and the Roman Catholic church in the capital are both Gothic with art deco touches, and 'deco' is the only term suitable to describe his National Theatre while the main building of the University of Iceland is in a monumental classical manner.