Flemming Lassen


Flemming Lassen (1902-1984) Arkkitehti

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Flemming Lassen (23 February 1902 – 18 February 1984) was a Modernist Danish architect and designer, working within the idiom of the International Style. Among his most notable buildings are libraries and cultural centres. He was the brother of Mogens Lassen, also an architect.

Together with Jacobsen, he went on to design Søllerød Town Hall, completed in 1942 in a classical modernistic style inspired by Gunnar Asplund's extension of the city hall in Gothenburg. In partnership with Erik Møller, he designed the Nyborg Library (1940), for which he was awarded the Eckersberg Medal.

In the 1960s, Lassen completed a number of cultural centres and libraries including the Randers Cultural Centre, complete with a museum, a library and meeting rooms, in 1969. The three-storey rectangular building in reinforced concrete is illuminated from a central courtyard while the walls along the streets are free of windows. In the 1970s, together with his son Per Lassen, he designed a number of libraries including the public library in Lund, Sweden, the central library in Herning, the library and community centre in Hvidovre and the municipal library in Hobro. All display strongly Cubist lines with rather raw exteriors but with well formed, welcoming rooms. wiki

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