In 1930 Lewerentz designed the sans-serif lettering, posters, and many pavilions for the Stockholm Exhibition of 1930, marking a change of direction in his style. For his two late churches, St Mark's at Skarpnäck, Stockholm (1956–60), and St Peter's, Klippan (1963–6), he used naked, unadorned brick to great effect, and virtually all historical references are absent.
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