Architecture - Eliel Saarinen
Eliel Saarinen Architecture

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Saarinen architecture

This page gives only some of the important examples of Eliel Saarinen's architecture. A detailed overview concerning Saarinen's work as an architect can be found in:
Hausen, Marikka et al.: Eliel Saarinen Projects 1896 - 1923, Hamburg 1990

1899 - 1901 Pohjola Insurance building, Helsinki

1900
Finnish pavilion for the 1900 World's Fair in Paris

1901 - 1910 Finnish National Museum in Helsinki (in scandinavian national romantic style)

1902 Hvitträsk, Saarinen’s house near Helsinki

Hvitträsk Hvitträsk

1903 Olofsborg house, Helsinki

Olofsborg House Olofsborg House

1906 Helsinki Railway Station

Helsinki Railway Station Helsinki Railway Station

1922 Saarinen won the second price for the Chicago Tribune Tower

1926
and following years: buildings at Bloomfield Hills, teaching architecture at Cranbrook

Cranbrook Campus

Saarinen House Cranbrook Campus and Saarinen House, Bloomfield Hills

Mid-30ies: independent architecture practice with his son Eero Saarinen

40ies:
Churches in Columbus, Minneapolis, Chicago. - Art Center at Des Moines, Iowa/USA