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Juha Leiviskä Architect News
Buildings by Juha Leiviskä
Finnish architect and academician Juha Leiviskä will have his 80th birthday on the 17th of March.
A map of his key works (excluding some private houses) put together by Lari Ala-Pöllänen Student of Architecture (BSc/MArch) and kindly shared with e-architect:
Website: Juha Leiviskä Works
Juha Leiviskä – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Juha Leiviskä, alphabetical:
Cultural centre – dar al-Kalima Academy, Bethlehem, West Bank / Palestine
Date built: 2004
Design: Juha Leiviskä with Bassem Khoury
Myyrmäki Church, Vantaa, northern Helsinki, Finland
photo : wikimedia commons
Myrbacka kyrka, Strömfåravägen 1, 01600 Vanda, Finland
+358 9 8306429
Myyrmäki Church (Finnish: Myyrmäen kirkko) is a Lutheran church in the Myyrmäki neighborhood in the city of Vantaa, located near Louhela commuter train station.
Nakkila Parish Centre, near Pori, western Finland
Swedish School of Social Science, University of Helsinki, Finland
Architecture Competition winner 2003
More projects by Juha Leiviskä online soon
Wilhelm Helander Juha Leiviskä arkkitehdit SAFA avoin yhtiö
Address: Bangatan 1, 00120 Helsingfors, Finland
Phone: +358 9 630722
Juha Leiviskä Architect + Timo Penttilä Architect – Finnish Modernists
Location:Bangatan 1, 00120 Helsingfors, Finland ‘
Juha Leiviska – Practice Information
Juha Leiviskä arkkitehdit studio based in Finland
Juha Ilmari Leiviskä born in 1936 in Helsinki.
He studied architecture at Helsinki University of Technology
After qualifying as an architect in 1963 he established his own office in 1964; he also worked as a teaching assistant at Helsinki University of Technology.
Juha Leiviskä : Finnish Architect Studio
Here’s a rather good interview in English:
A thematic discussion with academician Juha Leiviskä | HelMet
The Head of the Library, Harri Sahavirta, interviews academician Juha Leiviskä.
Another interview with him was published in the Architectural Research Quarterly, but doesn’t seem to be available online.
Architect Juha Leiviskä was made a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts in 1991. In 1992 he was appointed as an ‘Artist Professor’ by the Finnish President.
Church of the Good Shepherd in Helsinki – aka Church of Pakila:
photo : wikimedia commons
Hyvän Paimenen kirkko by Juha Leiviskä – also known as Pakilan kirkko
In 1994 he was made an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and awarded the Prince Eugen Medal the same year. He was awarded the prestigious Carlsberg Prize in architecture in 1995.
In 1997 Leiviskä followed Alvar Aalto and Reima Pietilä in becoming the architecture Member of the Academy of Finland.
In 2008 he was awarded the international Antonio Feltrinelli Prize by Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.
Juha Leiviskä was one of my heroes as a teenager, I saw his work in the Architecture Review in the late 1980s.
Later, as an architecture student on my Degree course (Manchester School of Architecture) I gained a scholarship to study Finnish Contemporary Architecture. I spent two weeks hitchhiking around Finland in the Summer of 1990 to see his work and also Alvar Aalto’s.
Editor Adrian Welch, architect
Juha Leiviskä Architect
photo : Arno de la Chapelle
Finnish Church Building
picture : Arno de la Chapelle
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