Nordic Pavillion, Venice Biennale

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Roof structure detail, Nordic Pavillion by Sverre Fehn

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

The trees in the Nordic Pavillion, Venice

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Roof structure meets wall, Nordic Pavillion, Venice Biennale

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Nordic Pavillion

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Nordic Pavillion, entrance

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Sliding door detail, Nordic Pavillion

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Roof detail, Nordic Pavillion

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Structure detail, Nordic Pavillion

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958

Entrance, Nordic Pavillion

"The cathedral of modernism", as the Nordic Pavillion for the Venice Biennale has been called, was designed by Norwegian Architect and Pritzker Prize winner Sverre Fehn in 1958