Yesterday I visited Hvitträsk. Hvitträsk was built 1901-1903 by three architects: Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. The main building is designed in National Romantic style and built of logs and stone. It was both a common studio and a home for Saarinen and Lindgren. Gesellius lived in the small villa (not in the pics here). The main building is a museum today and the villa has a restaurant and a café. The garden is built in English style.