Aarne Hytönen

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Aarne Jonatan Hytönen (10 October 1901, Turku - 29 April 1972) was a Finnish architect. He is best known for designing the Töölö Sports Hall and the Olympia Terminal in Helsinki together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen, both of which are listed by Docomomo as significant examples of modern architecture in Finland.[1][2][3]

Works[edit]

  • Töölö Sports Hall, Helsinki (1935) – together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen
  • Finnish pavilion at the Brussels International Exposition (1935) – together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen
  • Suomi-yhtiö office building, Helsinki (1938) – together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen
  • Olympia Terminal, Helsinki (1953) – together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen
  • Ii Church (1950) – together with Gustav Strandberg
  • Valkeakoski Town Hall (1955) – together with Risto-Veikko Luukkonen

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aarne Hytönen" (in Finnish). Museum of Finnish Architecture. Retrieved 9 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Messuhalli (Töölön kisahalli) - Helsinki Exhibition Hall (Töölö Sports Hall)". Docomomo Suomi Finland ry. Retrieved 9 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Olympiaterminaali - Olympic terminal". Docomomo Suomi Finland ry. Retrieved 9 March 2014. 

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