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Severi Blomstedt

Helsinki (Finland)

Severi Blomstedt

Architect. Member of the Prize jury (2006-2010)

Architect, born in Helsinki in 1946. He directed the Finnish Architecture Museum from 2002 to 2010. Previously he taught at the Polytechnic University of Helsinki and directed the Finnish Museum of Design and Construction.

He set up his own architecture practice in 1976. His foremost projects include the renovation of Ainola in the eighties and the completion of restoration work on Hotel Kämp, begun by his brother. In 2015, together with Esko Häkli, he published a book about the Ainola project, entitled Ainola: the home of Jean and Aino Sibelius (Helsinki: The Finnish Literature Society, 2013) 

Last updated: January 2019