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.
Аrchitectural historian, restorer, specialist in wooden architecture, lecturer at Aalto University, Department of architecture.