Erik Bryggman Architect

Erik Bryggman Architect, Architecture Estonia, Tallinn Show, Crisply Nordic, Lecture

Erik Bryggman Architect

Estonian Architectural Event News: Talk in the Rotermann Salt Storage – curator Mikko Laaksonen

6 Feb 2019

Erik Bryggman Architect

Lecture about Finnish architect Erik Bryggman

Lecture: Wednesday, February 6 at 6 p.m.

Venue: Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum, Ahtri 2, Tallinn 1, Estonia

In connection to the exhibition “Crisply Nordic. Architect Erik Bryggman”, the curator Mikko Laaksonen will give a lecture in the Rotermann Salt Storage on Wednesday, February 6 at 6 p.m.

Ülestõusmise kabeli interjöör
1938-1941:
Ülestõusmise kabeli interjöör
photo : Ola Laiho

Ülestõusmise kabel väljast
1938-1941:
Ülestõusmise kabel väljast
photo : Ola Laiho

Ristikanga kabel
1955-1956:
Ristikanga kabel
photo : Mikko Laaksonen

Brahenkatu korterelamu
1923-1924:
Brahenkatu korterelamu
photo : Mikko Laaksonen

Vierumäki spordikool Heinolas
1930-1936:
Vierumäki spordikool Heinolas
photo : Mikko Laaksonen

Kinopalatsi kino Turus
1935:
Kinopalatsi kino Turus
photo : Welin / Soome Arhitektuurimuuseum

Läntinen Rantakatu 21 korterelamu Turus
1948-1951:
Läntinen Rantakatu 21 korterelamu Turus
photo : Mikko Laaksonen

Villa Solin Turus
1927-1929:
Villa Solin Turus by Arhitekt Erik Bryggman
photo : Milla Järvipetäjä

Villa Ekman Turus
1932-1934:
Villa Ekman Turus
photo : Mikko Laaksonen

Villa Staffans Kakskertas
1945-1946:
Villa Staffans Kakskertas. Arhitekt Erik Bryggman
photo : Milla Järvipetäjä

Erik Bryggman Architect Exhibition

Erik Bryggman Architect Exhibition image / information from Estonian Centre of Architecture

Location: Ahtri 2, Tallinn 10151, Estonia




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Soomaa Forests Floating Sauna
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Floating wilderness sauna built by students in Soomaa
photo : Mari Hunt

Floating Sauna in Soomaa Forests

Old City Harbour Masterplan 2030 competition, Kadriorg, Port of Tallinn
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Old City Harbour Development
visual : VA-Render, image Courtesy architecture office

Old City Harbour Development in Tallinn

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