In 1926, artist Axel Haartman together with his wife Hedvig built an artist’s residency in Naantali, designed by the couple’s friend, architect Erik Bryggman. The building represents the Nordic classicism of the 1920s, influenced by the Italian vernacular architecture, “architettura minore”. Since the Haartmans, the building has served as a research residence and museum since the early 1970s. The building is protected by the Building Protection Act. A building history survey was prepared as a commission from the current owner of the building, Åbo Akademi University Foundation.
|Building History Survey|
|Client:||Stiftelsen för Åbo Akademi sr / Åbo |
Akademi University Foundation
|Authors:||Mari Mannevaara, Minna Lukander,|
|Cover photo:||Katri Lehtola 2017|