Fire station - Tampere, Western Finland

Fire-station in Tampere 1907 by Wivi Lönn, the first Finnish female architect working in her own office.

Wivi Lönn (20 May 1872 – 27 December 1966) was the first woman in Finland who got a degree in architecture. Also the first woman to be awarded the honorary title of "Professor" by the Finnish Association of Architects. Especially known as a great school designer.

Wivi Lönn May 1872 – 27 December was the first woman in Finland who got a degree in architecture. Also the first woman to be awarded the honorary title of "Professor" by the Finnish Association of Architects. Especially known as a great school designer.

The New Student Union Building by Armas Lindgren and Wivi Lönn was actually built in 1914, but features many art deco elements.

The New Student Union Building by Armas Lindgren and Wivi Lönn was actually built in but features many art deco elements.

Art Nouveau in Finland. Eberneser School in Helsinki architect Wivi Lönn 1906.

Art Nouveau in Finland. Eberneser School in Helsinki architect Wivi Lönn

Tampereen keskuspaloasema, 1908, Wivi Lönn. Jugend

Tampereen keskuspaloasema, 1908, Wivi Lönn. Jugend

1887 Ylioppilaskunta osti nyk.Vanhan ylioppilastalon viereisen tontin kirjastoaan varten. (Armas Lindgren ja Wivi Lönn, n. 1910)

1887 Ylioppilaskunta osti nyk.Vanhan ylioppilastalon viereisen tontin kirjastoaan varten. (Armas Lindgren ja Wivi Lönn, n. 1910)

wivi lönn - Google-haku

wivi lönn - Google-haku

Maria Bostenaru /   Estonia Art Theater by Wivi Lönn, 1913, Tallinn, Estonia.  Copyright : Maria Bostenaru    "Wivi Lönn (20 May 1872 – 27 December 1966) born as Olivia Mathilda Lönn was a Finnish architect. She was the first woman to be awarded the honorary title of "Professor" by the Finnish Association of Architects"

Maria Bostenaru / Estonia Art Theater by Wivi Lönn, 1913, Tallinn, Estonia. Copyright : Maria Bostenaru "Wivi Lönn (20 May 1872 – 27 December 1966) born as Olivia Mathilda Lönn was a Finnish architect. She was the first woman to be awarded the honorary title of "Professor" by the Finnish Association of Architects"

By Wivi Lönn

By Wivi Lönn


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