Villa Skeppet

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Villa Skeppet
Villa Skeppets västra fasad.jpg
General information
Location59°58′12″N 23°26′12″E / 59.970076°N 23.436718°E / 59.970076; 23.436718
Design and construction
ArchitectAlvar Alto

Villa Skeppet is a home designed by the Finnish modernist architect Alvar Aalto for his friends Christine and Göran Schildt in Ekenäs, Finland.[1] The building was constructed in 1969–1970 and was the last home he designed.[2][3][4]

Today Villa Skeppet is owned by The Christine and Göran Schildt Foundation.


  1. ^ 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 ...
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ "The Alvar Aalto Villa Skeppet". Mid Century Home. December 21, 2011. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Alvar Aalto, Villa Schildt, Helsinki,1969/70". Atlas of Interiors. March 20, 2014. Retrieved 20 December 2017.

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