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After conducting his course in housing research at M.I.T. for the next few months, Alvar Aalto, well-known Finnish architect, will return to his native land to aid in the reconstruction of Finland.
Designer of the famous Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Planto, Aalto is now more interested in low cost housing, as one of the important problems of the World today. In this connection he is in charge of the reconstruction of Finland and the housing of many thousands of Finns who have moved out of the territory recently occupied by Russia.
Aalto and his wife, Aino have also designed a complete line of modern furniture which is now made in this country and was recently reviewed in "Time" magazine.
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