Carl Christoffer Gjörwell
He attended the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts and was hired in 1788 by painter and architect Louis Jean Desprez (c. 1743–1804). In 1794, he made a study trip to Rome. in 1796, he was employed as Deputy City Architect under Erik Palmstedt (1741-1803).
Some of his designs include the garrison hospital on Kungsholmen (Garnisonssjukhuset) completed in 1834, the main building of the Royal Academy of Turku built in 1802-15 under the direction of Charles Bassi (1772–1840), the Old Academy Building in Turku consecrated in 1817 and the Haga Palace built between 1802–1805.
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