Eliel Saarinen

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Noun1.Eliel Saarinen - Finnish architect and city planner who moved to the United States in 1923Eliel Saarinen - Finnish architect and city planner who moved to the United States in 1923; father of Eero Saarinen (1873-1950)
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For art and design enthusiasts, a must-stop is the campus of his alma mater, Cranbrook Academy of Art, designed by the Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen.
37 metu Eero Saarinen, pirma karta tapes zinomas ne del savo tevo Eliel Saarinen, bet del pergalingo garsiosios St Louis arkos projekto 1947-1948 m.
Money was raised and well-known architect Eliel Saarinen was tasked as the designer.
The development's layout bore some resemblance to town plans that Eliel Saarinen had developed in Finland during World War I.
In his 2nd Prize Chicago Tribune entry, to be sure, Eliel Saarinen had paid homage to Sullivan and the Chicago tradition of pioneer "tall buildings," and, while numerous architects found inspiration in varying aspects of Sullivan's aesthetic, three elements fundamentally characterized the artistic design that Sullivan called for in defining the modern skyscraper, and which were embodied in such Adler and Sullivan works as the Wainwright and Guarantee Buildings: 1) a distinct, organic ornament, 2) tripartite composition, and 3) expression.
In 1942 Miller and his family commissioned a new church for their congregation from the Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen.
So, one might imagine, that Klinker, Designerin-Residence at the renowned Crankbrook Academy of Art (first president and the man who set the course for this institution: Eliel Saarinen, the father of Eero), would simply spend a whole lot of time looking at offices and home interiors and determining what would be an appropriate melding of the two.
With subsequent British Sovereigns taking over the role (as the Medal still requires royal approval), many more familiar names have also received the honour: Edwin Lutyens in 1921, Giles Gilbert Scott in 1925, Frank Lloyd Wright in 1942, Eliel Saarinen in 1950, Le Corbusier in 1953, and Mies van der Rohe in 1959.
Son of respected architect, Eliel Saarinen, he studied architecture at Yale University and taught at the Cranbrook Academy of Art before joining his father's architectural practice.
On graduating, he was offered a fellowship with Eliel Saarinen and his son Eero.