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Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki

RIBA145266
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155750 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki

RIBA145267
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155751 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the cafeteria

RIBA145268
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155752 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki

RIBA145269
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155753 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki

RIBA145270
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the glazed extension at the corner of Esplanadi and Keskuskatu, seen at night

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Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155754 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the glass block walls and granite elevation on Keskuskatu

RIBA145272
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155755 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsink: the glazed extension with the 1897 building to the left

RIBA145273
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155756 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the Esplanadi facade with Aalto's Academic Bookshop in the foreground

RIBA145274
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155757 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the glazed extension with the 1930 facade beyond, corner of Esplanadi and Keskuskatu

RIBA145275
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki: the glazed extension

RIBA145276
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155758 for a colour version of this image.

Stockmann Department Store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, Helsinki

RIBA145277
Frosterus, Sigurd (1876-1956)
NOTES: The department store was as a result of a competition held in 1916. It was built in two phases, four stories were built in the mid-1920s and the building reached its full height of eight stories in 1930. The building was later extended in 1989 by Gullichsen Kairamo Vormala architects, who retained the street side facades of the earlier 1897 building and added a glazed extension. See RIBA155759 for a colour version of this image.
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