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Axel Hampus Dalström

Axel Hampus Dalström

Finnish architect
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Quick Facts
Intro Finnish architect
A.K.A. Axel Hampus Dalström
Countries Finland
Occupations Architect
Gender male
Birth 22 March 1829 (Helsinki, Helsinki sub-region, Uusimaa, Southern Finland Regional State Administrative Agency)
Death 19 March 1882 (Helsinki, Helsinki sub-region, Uusimaa, Southern Finland Regional State Administrative Agency)
Notable Works Savonlinna Cathedral, Old Student House
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Biography

Axel Hampus Dalström, born 22 March 1829, died 19 March 1882, was a Finnish architect. He was the director of the National Board of Public Building from 1869 to 1882. Dalström is best known for the Old Student House in Helsinki as well as for seven lighthouses he designed in the 1870s.

Works

  • Sälskär lighthouse, Hammarland (1868)
  • Old Student House, Helsinki (1870)
  • Marjaniemi Lighthouse, Hailuoto (1871)
  • Ulkokalla lighthouse, Kalajoki (1871)
  • Säppi lighthouse, Luvia (1873)
  • Oulun Lyseon Lukio, Oulu (expansion 1875, with Florentin Granholm)
  • Sälgrund lighthouse, Kaskinen (1875)
  • The Guards Manege, Helsinki (1877)
  • Heinäluoto lighthouse, Salmi (1877)
  • Savonlinna Cathedral, Savonlinna (1879)
  • Hanhipaasi lighthouse, Sortavala (1879)
  • Svenska normallyceum, Helsinki (1880)
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