Axel Hampus Dalström

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Axel Hampus Dalström
Hampus Dalström.jpg
Born (1829-03-22)22 March 1829
Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland
Died 19 March 1882(1882-03-19) (aged 52)
Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland
Nationality Finnish
Buildings Old Student House
Marjaniemi Lighthouse
Säppi lighthouse
Savonlinna Cathedral

Axel Hampus Dalström, born 22 March 1829, died 19 March 1882, was a Finnish architect. He was the director of the National Board of Public Building from 1869 to 1882.[1] Dalström is best known for the Old Student House in Helsinki as well as for seven lighthouses he designed in the 1870s.

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  1. ^ Axel Hampus Dalström University of Helsinki (in Finnish). Retrieved 11 August 2014.