Gunnar Asplund

Sweden's leading architect of the twentieth century, Erik Gunnar Asplund (1885-1940) produced buildings of extraordinary grace and poetry in his native land. His best known works are the pavilions at the Stockholm Exhibition of 1930 and the Woodland Crematorium of 1940. His most important works, as well as his less well-known buildings, are discussed and illustrated in this comprehensive monograph, intended for architects and architectural students alike