JUNE 2015 CLUE: An architect’s competition-winning scheme for a hospital brought fresh air, light, and views to tuberculosis patients and became a landmark example of modern design for healing.
JUNE 2015 ANSWER: The answer to the June issue’s Guess the Architect is Alvar Aalto, who completed the Paimio Sanatorium near Turku, Finland, in 1933. The design of the reinforced-concrete frame building for tuberculosis patients featured rooms with balconies angled for sunlight and views of the surrounding forest.
2015 Winners: View winners of the 2015 contest.
Photo © Laurie Jones
2014 Winners: View winners of the 2014 contest.
Photo © Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum
2013 Winners: View winners of the 2013 contest.
Photo © Michael de Lapaz