LINE, SPACE AND COLOR. Sakari Laitinen: constructions
Sakari Laitinen (1937–2015) ranks among the generation of Finnish architects who began their studies in the late 1950s. Already as a student, he proved himself highly gifted at drawing, illustrating and graphic design. In parallel to his studies and architectural work, he was a prolific creator of sketches and graphics. Laitinen’s colorful art has a distinctly architectural feel to it: many of his constructions resemble miniature edifices or facades – indeed they are easy to imagine blown up to the scale of real buildings. The book Line, Space and Color. Sakari Laitnen: Constructions is published in relation to the exhibition Line, Space and Color and present the art by this multitalented architect and artist.
- Juhani Pallasmaa. Graphic design: Salla Bedard
- Number of pages:
- Image ratio:
- Richly illustrated
- Museum of Finnish Architecture & Building Information Foundation sr
33 00 €