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Nils Slaatto During 1938-39 Nils Slaatto took carpentry at the Technical School in Oslo before he enrolled into the Norwegian Institute of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, where he graduated in 1947.
Nils Slaatto The post-war period offered numerous tasks; the most demanding was the rebuilding of northern Norway, where Slaatto participated in the reconstruction of Finnmark as district architect in Vadsø and Tana from 1948 to 1950. Large parts of the area suffered major damage during the war because of the Germans' use of the scorched-earth tactic.
Nils Slaatto In 1957 Lund and Slaatto were invited to take part in a limited competition for an extension to the Akershus County Agricultural College at Hvam. In 1958, after winning the competition, they were able to start their architectural firm "Kjell Lund and Nils Slaatto", a partnership that lasted for three decades. In 1988 the company changed its name to Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter AS. Kjell Lund remained an architect/partner of Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter AS until autumn 2002.
Helge Slaatto Helge Slaatto (born 1952 in Oslo) is a Professor of violin at the Music Academy of the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster.
Nils Slaatto Nils Slaatto was born in the winter sport town of Lillehammer, Oppland, Norway, on June 23, 1923. His father Oddmund Eindride Slaatto, was a functionalist architect in Oslo in the years between the two world wars. His mother, Anine Wollebæk, came from Lillehammer and was also an architect, graduating from the University of Technology, but never practised.
Helge Slaatto He studied with Maria Lidka, Sandor Végh, Dorothy delay and worked as concertmaster with the Odense Symphony Orchestra and Athelas ensemble Copenhagen. He is performer of contemporary music with solo activities, u. a. with the King ensemble London, Koechlin ensemble, Randers Kammerorkester Denmark, at the Bergen Festival, Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte Montepulciano. He leads master classes in Germany, Greece, Denmark and Portugal. 2008 he was the Dean of the College of music at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster.
Nils Slaatto Nils Slaatto (June 22, 1922 – March 16, 2001) was for more than two decades one of Norway's most prominent and influential architects, having a strong and distinctive impression on Norwegian architecture.
Nils Slaatto In 1949 Slaatto married Margit Bleken of Trondheim, the sister of the famous Norwegian artist Håkon Bleken. When they moved to Oslo Slaatto started as the leader of the Farmers' Architectural Office there. Here he met fellow architect and Lillehammer native Kjell Lund, who was also a fellow graduate from the Norwegian Institute of Technology.
Nils Slaatto As youngsters, Slaatto and Lund had both wandered around Maihaugen, an open-air museum consisting of many types of old wooden farm buildings. They were influenced by this Norwegian wood architecture, adapting age-old techniques to modern production demands. An example is the "Ål cabin" in the Hallingdal Valley, designed in cooperation with Jon Haug.
Kjell Lund Kjell Lund (18 June 1927 – 17 August 2013) was a Norwegian architect, songwriter and singer. Lund cooperated with Nils Slaatto for many years.