Fehn, Sverre

Fehn, Sverre

(1924–2009)
Norwegian Architect Sverre Fehn was a Modernist, yet he was inspired by primitive shapes and Scandinavian tradition. Fehn’s works were widely praised for integrating innovative new designs with the natural world, such as the Norwegian Pavilion at the 1958 Brussels world exhibition. He was awarded the Pritzker Prize in 1997.
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Fuente: FEHN, Sverre (1994), "The Skin, the Cut & the Bandage", en ANDERSON, Stanford (ed.