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Author Kyrkor, Två.

Title Sigurd Lewerentz : two churches / Två Kyrkor ; translation into English, John Krause (the essays), Michael Perlmutter.

Published Stockholm : Arkitektur Förlag AB, 1997.

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 UniM Store  720.92 LEWE/ KYRK MF19    AVAILABLE
Physical description 92 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 26 cm
Summary Most famous for the remarkable Woodland Cementary which has influenced Tadao Ando and many others, Sigurd Lewerentz (1885-1975) collaborated often with Erik Gunnar Asplund and played an important role at the 1930 Stockholm exhibition, a breakthrough in Modernism. Afterwards Lewerentz went to create an intense personal architecture that has a strong following. The two examples featured in this book, the Church of St. Marks (1958) and the Church of St. Peters (1958), are considered to be his masterpieces. With essays by: Claes Caldenby, Adam Caruso, Sven Ivar Lind and Olof Hultin. Including drawings and plans.
Subject Lewerentz, Sigurd, 1885-1975.
Architecture -- Sweden -- History -- 20th century.
ISBN 9186050400