Over the course of a career spanning more than fifty years, Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) designed nearly one hundred single-family houses. Aalto, who is also known for his furniture and glassware, worked in a unique style that blended modernism and traditional vernacular architecture. Authors Jari and Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen (Finnish Summer Houses) present twenty-six of Aalto's innovative residences—from small summer homes and postwar standardized housing to large housing complexes for industrial commissions—built between the 1920s to the 1960s.
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Jari Jetsonen is a photographer and artist. His works have been published in many books and he has taught at the Helsinki University of Technology and Nihon University in Tokyo. Sirkkaliisa Jestonen is an architect and author and teaches at Helsinki University of Technology and the University of Industrial Arts in Helsinki. Jari and Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen s books include Finnish Summer Houses, published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2008, Alvar Aalto Apartments (Rakennustieto, Helsinki 2004), and Sacral Space - Modern Finnish Churches (Building Information Ltd, Helsinki 2003).Review:
"Aalto is best known in the U.S. for his furniture designs, but this book takes you on a tour of the 24 dwellings he conceived and built throughout Finland-- some sleek and modern, others unexpectedly rustic." -- Details, March 2011
"This book manages to present interesting Aalto work that most of us have never seen... These wonderful houses are presented in an exemplary way, the fine photography, mostly by Jari Jetsonen, supplemented in every case by floor plans and often by elevations." --Interior Design, February 2011
"Cannily combines modern ideals with a down-to-earth realism." --Slate.com, April 27, 2011
"This is truly a keepsake book of one of architecture's true icons." --Houses, issue 80
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Descripción Princeton Architectural Press 2011-03-23, 2011. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. First Edition /First Printing. 1568989822. Nº de ref. de la librería 727789
Descripción Princeton Architectural Press, 2011. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P111568989822