Netta Böök

Аrchitectural historian, restorer, specialist in wooden architecture, lecturer at Aalto University, Department of architecture.
Member of the Finnish Association of Architects SAFA and of its subcommittee Rakennusperintö-SAFA that focuses on issues of Built Heritage, member of the board of the Finnish National Committee of ICOMOS, voting member of the Scientific Committee on Shared Built Heritage of ICOMOS, and member of the Finnish Association of Science Editors and Journalists, Member of ICOMOS Council of Finland.

Netta Böök is a Helsinki-based Finnish architect (M.Sc.) and researcher in architectural history. She lectures on history of architecture at the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Currently she is working, with a team, on an extensive book on traditional Finnish techniques of building from timber, co-editing with professor of cultural history Kari Immonen a book on the life and architecture of Uno Ullberg, and preparing, as a doctoral student of Aalto University, a doctoral thesis that focuses on the post-war development of a small village in the pre-WWII Finnish territories in Russia, built heritage since 2005, focusing particularly on the Finnish-Russian-Karelian-Soviet heritage in Finland and Russia.