Architect who have designed the Norwegian Pavilion in the 1958 Brussels Globe Exhibition. He received the Pritzker Structures Prize as well as the Heinrich Tessenow Yellow metal Medal in 1997. He researched structures at what’s today referred to as the Oslo College of Structures and Style. He was significantly influenced from the vernacular structures he looked into during his amount of time in Morocco from 1952 until 1953. His function included the Country wide Museum of Artwork, Architecture and Style in Oslo, Norway, as well as the Hedmark Museum in Hamar. His family members was surviving in Kongsberg, Buskerud, when he was created. He wedded his wife, Ingrid, in 1952. He fulfilled architect Le Corbusier, while used in the studio room of Jean Prouvé.