elis sinistö

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holding text :  Elis Sinistö (1912-2004) from Finland went to live in a plot of wood in the community of Kirkkonummi, where he founded his own domicile, using all kinds of recycled materials to construct various buildings, such as a house to live in (as on the next picture), a temple, a sauna, a guest house and various other constructions.holding text : in the 1950’s Elis Sinistö (1912-2004) from Finland went to live in a plot of wood in the community of Kirkkonummi, where he founded his own domicile, using all kinds of recycled materials to construct various buildings, such as a house to live in (as on the next picture), a temple, a sauna, a guest house and various other constructions.holding text : in the 1950’s Elis Sinistö (1912-2004) from Finland went to live in a plot of wood in the community of Kirkkonummi, where he founded his own domicile, using all kinds of recycled materials to construct various buildings, such as a house to live in (as on the next picture), a temple, a sauna, a guest house and various other constructions.holding text : in the 1950’s Elis Sinistö (1912-2004) from Finland went to live in a plot of wood in the community of Kirkkonummi, where he founded his own domicile, using all kinds of recycled materials to construct various buildings, such as a house to live in (as on the next picture), a temple, a sauna, a guest house and various other constructions.

holding text :  Elis Sinistö (1912-2004) from Finland went to live in a plot of wood in the community of Kirkkonummi, where he founded his own domicile, using all kinds of recycled materials to construct various buildings, such as a house to live in

 

 

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