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Architect

Ervin Peeter Pütsep, Swedish architect. Recipient Mare Balticum medal, Boeckler Foundation, Bad Homburg, Germany, 1989, Exhibition award, Tallinn, Estonia, 1991; British Council fellow, United Kingdom, 1956, World Health Organization fellow, United States, Canada, Mexico, 1958. Fellow: American Institute of Architects (honorary).

Background

Pütsep, Ervin Peeter was born on April 18, 1921 in Voru, Estonia. Arrived in Sweden, 1944. Son of Karl Immanuel and Adele (Korro) Pütsep.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1950. Master of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1954. Dynamics Technologies, Institute of Technology, Lund, Sweden, 1968.

Career

Architect Central Architect, Central, Stockholm, 1954—1959. Director planning Second Teaching Hospital, 1959—1961, Karolinska Teaching Hospital, Stockholm, 1961—1963. Private practice, 1963—1986.

Assistant professor Nordic School Public Health, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1984.

Membership

Fellow: American Institute of Architects (honorary).

Connections

Married Liidia Voolaid Pütsep, August 1, 1946. Children: Peeter Ervin, Ann Piret.

father:
Karl Immanuel Pütsep

mother:
Adele (Korro) Pütsep

spouse:
Liidia Voolaid Pütsep

child:
Peeter Ervin Pütsep

child:
Ann Piret Pütsep