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By Mia Hipeli

ISBN-10: 9525498107

ISBN-13: 9789525498103

This most recent addition to the Alvar Aalto Foundation's bold sequence of books is
the such a lot amazing but. Aalto's layout for the campus for Jyväskylä collage of schooling, within the small rural city the place the architect grew up, is among the first competitions the grasp Modernist received as an rising energy within the early Fifties. The campus, with its late-19th-century structures, had to be improved and repaired; Aalto's scheme indicates his mastery of making an openness that allowed plentiful mild and panorama to develop into a part of the structures. With a wealth of images and renderings, together with formerly unpublished fabric equivalent to the contest drawings, and unrealized tasks by way of the Aalto place of work from an analogous period. Texts through Aalto students Päivi Lukkarinen and Mari Forsberg.

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2008. 5 Seminaarinmäen viheralueiden hoito-ohjeet 2007, 1–3. JYM. 6 The Harju ridge steps designed by architect G. Wahlroos were built in 1925. 7 Schildt 1984, 203–204 (translation modified); ”Eräs kaupunkimme kaunistustoimenpide ja sen mahdollisuudet”. 1925. 8 Karjula 2001, 136. TAIKU. 9 Since the inception of the position, Jernström worked as the Helsinki City Gardener, but he never held the position on a permanent basis. Even though Jernström was seen as a worthy gardener, he lost the competition for the permanent position of Helsinki City Gardener to a Swedish colleague in 1889.

24 In Aalto’s opinion, the architectonic forms of the Jyväskylä College of Education required that it be surrounded by a well-tended garden. 25 The garden plans for Aalto Park were drawn up by landscape architect Onni Savonlahti (1911–87),26 together with Aalto’s office. Savonlahti was among the most central forerunners in Finland in both the planning and teaching of garden design and landscape architecture.

TKA. Savonlahti’s design work was varied: the surroundings of public buildings and institutions, as well as privately owned areas such as private gardens, for instance in Tapiola Garden City. Savonlahti’s works were located in different parts of Finland, and he also supervised their completion. Merivuori 1984, 77. TKA. 27 Merivuori 1984, 77. TKA. 28 Penttilä 2008, 19. The new Aalto University begins operations in 2009, and is a fusion of the University of Art and Design Helsinki, Helsinki School of Economics and Helsinki University of Technology.

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