Svend Albinus

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Svend Albinus (28 August 1901 - 16 February 1995 in Copenhagen) was a Danish architect. From 1930 - 39 he worked at Kaj Gottlob design studio. Albinus received the Neuhausen Prize in 1927 and the Prize of the City of Frederiksberg in 1943.[1] He was the leader of KABS architect department from 1939 - 54, head of the SBI building research committee from 1954 - 56 and was then chief architect of the Ministry of Housing from 1956 - 71.[2]

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  1. ^ Madsen, Hans Helge; Käszner, Otto (2003). The award-winning city. Arkitektens Forlag. ISBN 978-87-7407-290-4. Retrieved 5 October 2012. 
  2. ^ Krak, Ove Holger (1979). Kraks blaa bog (in Danish). Krak. p. 13. Retrieved 5 October 2012.