Alvar Aalto

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Finnish architect and designer of furniture (1898-1976)

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When coupled with the ergonomic designs of such innovators as Alvar Aalto (1898-1976); Charles (1907-1978) and Ray Eames (1912-1988) and Hans (1891-1955) and Florence Knoll (b.
When he was 17, he had attended a lecture by the architect Alvar Aalto, visiting Toronto from Helsinki.
The last exhibition in March 2014 was held in Lahti with abstract structures inspired for example by the facade openings of Lahti Church of Cross, (1969, 1975-78) designed by Alvar Aalto. The exhibition revealed a serious need to understand the man and his existence in a spiritual but subconscious way.
Many of the notable product designs still popular with consumers worldwide were originated by Scandinavian architects and interior designers including Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Alvar Aalto, along with pioneering retailers Armi Ratia, founder of Marimekko fabrics, and IKEA's Ingvar Kamprad.
For the April T4A, TRIG Modern's owner, Bob Drake, will spotlight iconic mid-20th-century modern chairs designed by Finnish architect, sculptor and painter Alvar Aalto; American architect and furniture designer Adrian Pearsall; American furniture designer and 2009 Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee Vladimir Kagan; and North Carolina-based Thayer Coggins' premiere designer Milo Baughman.
Conference Center, designed by renowned Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976).
One such sanatorium was the Paimio Sanatorium near Turku in Finland, designed by the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) (3-5).
un proyecto especulativo sumamente sugerente, a saber: la conexion metafisica y filosofica entre el desvelamiento del ser en Heidegger y la dimension artistica de la arquitectura contemporanea, con obras como las de Mies van der Rohe, Alvar Aalto o Zaha Hadid.
The Eastside restaurant and the bar are named after Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, who was a key figure in the Modernist movement.
The Alvar Aalto Foundation's director introduces Finnish architect Aalto (1898-1976), the father of Scandinavian modernism, who combined modernism and traditional vernacular architecture in designs modeled after Nature.