Swedish Architecture in Nordic Periodicals, 1930‐50
Paper i proceeding, 2013

In the 1930s, 40s and 50s Swedish architecture had a significant impact on the development of architecture in the other Nordic countries, and the influence of Swedish buildings has been discussed by several historians, including Nils-Ole Lund and Christian Norberg-Schulz. Only to a lesser extend has it been considered how the written history of architecture has influenced the other Nordic countries. This paper aims at unfolding and discussing precisely that. Key texts by Nils Erik Wickberg, Kay Fisker, Odd Brockman and others will be set in relation to Swedish texts of that time in order to see if and what the influences were. The goal is to further our understanding of both Swedish architectural history and its impact in the other Nordic countries.

Swedish architecture


Nordic architecture


Michael Asgaard Andersen

Chalmers, Arkitektur

The 3rd Symposium on Swedish Architectural History: Historiography


Building Futures