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Villa Skeppet is a home designed by the Finnish modernist architect Alvar Aalto for his friends Christine and Göran Schildt in Ekenäs, Finland. The building was constructed in 1969–1970 and was the last home he designed.
Today Villa Skeppet is owned by The Christine and Göran Schildt Foundation.
- Neil Spiller; Toy, M. (1999). Further Architects in Cyberspace II. AD Profiles. Wiley. p. viii. ISBN 978-0-471-98467-2. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
Even in the beautiful, but diminutive Villa Skeppet, designed for Göran Schildt and his wife, on the shore at Ekenäs, South Finland, a significant central 'clearing is achieved by conjoining the living room and the central hall. These are backed ...
- Alvar Aalto-museo; Hipeli, M.; Dahlbäck, J.; Mayow, N. (2009). Alvar Aalto: Villa Skeppet, Tammisaari [1969-1970]. Arkkitehtuuria (in Finnish). Alvar Aalto-museo. ISBN 978-952-5371-49-9. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
- "The Alvar Aalto Villa Skeppet". Mid Century Home. December 21, 2011. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
- "Alvar Aalto, Villa Schildt, Helsinki,1969/70". Atlas of Interiors. March 20, 2014. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
- Villa Skeppet – Villa Schildt
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