Swede Nils Olsson won the bronze medal for his work Model for “Baths and Sporting Hall for Gothenburg” at the 1948 London Olympics in the Art Competitions in the category Architecture, Architectural Designs. This was built in 1956, and it became one of his most prominent buildings. He studied at the Technical Elementary School in Malmö and then at Polytechnikum in Strelitz in Northern Germany from 1908-13. As an architect he worked in Göteberg, first as an employee, and then in his own office. He designed several villas in Örgryte and in the 1930s-40s, he designed seven residential and commercial buildings along the Kungsportsavenyen.
Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs