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Bengt Lindroos

Bengt Lindroos
The writers of Blandaren, a student humour magazine from the Royal Institute of Technology, in 1943 with Lindroos as the third from the left.
Born Bengt Ingmar Lindroos
22 September 1918
Died August 22, 2010(2010-08-22) (aged 91)
Nationality Swedish
Alma mater Royal Institute of Technology
Awards Kasper Salin Prize
Buildings Kaknästornet, Hammarbytornet, Söderledskyrkan

Bengt Ingmar Lindroos (22 September 1918 – 22 August 2010) was a Swedish architect. He designed the Kaknästornet television tower in 1967. Lindroos started drafting houses for a local builder at the age of 17 years and received his formal education at the Royal Institute of Technology from 1942-45.

After being employed by [1]

He designed the Kasper Salin Prize 1986 winning building block Kvarteret Drottningen. He also designed the prize of the competition.[2]

Death

Lindroos died on 22 August 2010, aged 92.[3]

Bibliography

  • Och så vidare- (1989)
  • Att vara arkitekt kan vara att... (2010)

References

  1. ^ Bengt Lindroos avliden, Arkitektur 2010-08-23 (Swedish)
  2. ^ https://www.arkitekt.se/kasper-salin-priset/
  3. ^ Arkitekten Bengt Lindroos är död, Svenska Dagbladet 2010-08-23 (Swedish)


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