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Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint

Designed Grundtvig’s Church in Copenhagen, that was known because of its Expressionist design as shown in its adherence to Scandinavian Gothic tradition. He gained a building-engineer level from the faculty of Advanced Technology in 1870. He was trained by the famous Johan Daniel Herholdt, whose style of the Copenhagen College or university Library had an excellent effect on him. He was pressured to instruct mathematics to be able to settle the bills, despite attempting to become an designer. He obtained some reputation after developing a friend’s villa in Hellerup, sparking a demand for his solutions; this was accompanied by a percentage from Danish composer Thorvald Aagaard. His boy, Kaare Klint, was also an architect and finished Grundtvig’s Church following the passage of his dad. He was created in the same nation as model Helena Christensen.

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