and this included people, was visibly present in all his projects.". Soon after finishing his studies, Erik Gunnar Asplund opened an architecture practice of his own in Stockholm. The furniture Erik Gunnar Asplund designed at that time was also in the Neo-Classical style, as exemplifed by "Senna" (1915 a chair he created for a public library. Article by Dan Cruickshank and Kirstin Nielsson. Stockholm Public Library, constructed between 19, which stands as the prototypical example of the. In 1915 Erik Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz were the joint winners of a competition to design an enlargement of the Stockholm crematorium and the cemetary grounds.
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Twentieth Century Architecture: a Visual History. The Great Buildings Collection on CD-ROM. It was particularly influential on the proposal submitted for the competition for the design of the. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1985. His appointment was marked by a lecture, later published under the title "Our architectonic concept of space." 1, contents, major works edit, among Asplund's most important works is the. This cemetery, which also included several chapels and mortuary buildings, was laid out between 19; in 1994 it was declared a unesco World Cultural Heritage site. Between 19, Erik Gunnar Asplund taught architecture at the Royal Art Institute in Stockholm.
It integrated the cemetery grounds harmoniously in a wooded landscape incorporating hills, level ground, and glades; in the burial ground planted with trees, the graves become part of nature. Drawings and diagrams, p22-23. 5 Gallery edit 1922 sketch by Gunnar Asplund of the interior of the Skandia cinema, Stockholm Stockholm Public Library Gothenburg's Courthouse Extension, interior Skogskyrkogården cemetery Listers County Court House, Sölvesborg Gunnar Asplund, "Our architectonic concept of space reproduced in "Swedish Grace: Modern classicism in Stockholm. From then on Erik Gunnar Asplund switched to a functional style inspired by the Bauhaus. 4, our architectonic concept of space edit The lecture "Our architectonic concept of space" was delivered in 1931 on the occasion of Asplund being appointed professor of architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Updated edition available at m, dan Cruickshank,. Alvar Aalto and, erik Bryggman, who had travelled to Stockholm to see its construction. That year he was appointed head architect of the important Stockholm Exhibition mounted by the Swedish Applied Arts League.
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