Carl Nyrén (11 November 1917 – 6 November 2011) was a Swedish architect. Nyrén was initially influenced by Gunnar Asplund's modernism, and later, in the 1960s, developed towards a structuralistic architecture.
During the last two decades of Nyrén'career, his buildings have were characterized by a romantic, humanistic style. His office, Nyréns Arkitektkontor AB, remains one of Sweden's leading architectural firms.
Carl Nyrén died on November 6, 2011, five days before what would have been his 94th birthday.
- School of Economics at Gothenburg University, 1952
- Faculty of Education, Malmö University, 1963 and 1973
- Pharmacia Laboratory in Uppsala, 1960s-80s
- Arrhenius Laboratory at Stockholm University, 1973
- Gottsunda Church, Uppsala, 1980
- Uppsala City Library, 1986
- Extension of the Jönköping County Museum, 1991
- "Artisten", education facility for music and theater, Gothenburg University, 1992
- Vitlycke Museum, Tanum, 1999
- Arkitekten Carl Nyrén avliden (Swedish)