Viljo Revell (right) with Aarne Ervi in 1943
January 25, 1910|
|Died||November 8, 1964(aged 54)|
|Alma mater||Helsinki University of Technology|
|Buildings||Lasipalatsi, Palace Hotel, Toronto City Hall|
Born in Vaasa in 1910, he graduated upper-secondary final examination in 1928 from Vaasan Lyseo. He graduated as an architect from the Helsinki University of Technology in 1937. He married Maire Myntti in 1941; they had three daughters born in 1942, 1943 and 1945. He served as naval artillery officer in World War II, and he was one of the survivors of the sinking of the Finnish Navy flagship, the coastal defence ship Ilmarinen in 1941.
- 1935 Lasipalatsi ("Crystal Palace") Helsinki with Niilo Kokko, Olavi Laisaari and Heimo Riihimäki 
- 1948 Palace Hotel Helsinki 
- 1953 Tower block in Tapiola Espoo
- 1953/1954–1956, 1960 Kudeneule knitwear factory (current Printal), Hanko
- 1957 Villa Didrichsen Didrichsen Art Museum. New wing 1964. Kuusisaari Helsinki 
- 1959 Sauna Johnson Wisconsin U.S.
- 1960 City-Center office building ("Makkaratalo"), Helsinki with Heikki Castrén 
- 1962 Office block in Vaasa now called the "Rewell Center" 
- 1962 Watertower in Tapiola Espoo
- 1966 Toronto City Hall Toronto Ontario Canada
- Pound, Richard W. (2005). 'Fitzhenry and Whiteside Book of Canadian Facts and Dates'. Fitzhenry and Whiteside.
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