Raili Pietila

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Date of Birth: January 01, 1926

Birth City: Pieksämäki

Birth Country: Finland

Resident Country: Finland

Sources: http://www.arkitera.com/e1985-raili-and-reima-pietila.html



Employer: private practice

Title: Architect

Country: Finland

Start Date: January 01, 1960

Notes: with her husband, Reima Pietila


Name: Reima Pietila

Project: various

Notes: her husband


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Notable Projects

Title: Dipoli Conference Center

City: Otaniemi

Country: Finland

End Date: January 01, 1966

Title: Tampere Main Library (Metso)

City: Tampere

Country: Finland

Start Date: January 01, 1978

End Date: January 01, 1982

Title: Mantyniemi, the residence of the President of Finland

City: Helsinki

Start Date: January 01, 1984

End Date: January 01, 1992


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Publications About

Title: Delhi gates

Author: Sunil Sethi

Publication: Wallpaper*

Volume: 28

Page: 107-110

Date Published: January 01, 2000

Notes: May 2000. A report on the "exciting" Finnish embassy building in Delhi designed in 1983-86 by Finnish husband-and-wife team Reima and Raili Pietila.

Title: Built to order

Author: Stephen Gardner

Publication: The Observer Magazine

Page: 30-34

Date Published: March 01, 1992

Notes: March 1992

Title: Reima and Raili Pietila

Author: Design Journal (Korea)

Publication: Design Journal (Korea)

Volume: 43

Page: 48

Date Published: January 01, 1991

Notes: A brief profile of architectural partnership Reima and Raili Pietila, with examples of their work.

Title: The Architecture of Raili and Reima Pietila: a Strategy of Resistance

Author: K. Broner

Publication: Form and Function (Finland)

Volume: 2

Page: 20-27

Date Published: January 01, 1985

Title: Finnish Reflections: Space Time Objects

Author: K. Siikala

Publisher: Kirjayhtyma

City: Helsinki

Date Published: January 01, 1981

Notes: 140 pages. Also in Finnish, German and Russian. 95 illustrations.