Saarinen is a surname originating in Finland. It may refer to:

  • Aino Kaisa Saarinen, Finnish skier
  • Arno Saarinen, Finnish gymnast
  • Eliel Saarinen, Finnish architect
  • Eero Saarinen, son of Eliel, also a Finnish architect and furniture designer
  • Eeva Saarinen, Finnish breaststroke swimmer
  • Esa Saarinen, Finnish philosopher
  • Ingegerd Saarinen, Swedish politician
  • Jaana Saarinen, Finnish actress
  • Janne Saarinen, Finnish footballer
  • Jarno Saarinen, Finnish motorcycle racer
  • Mari Saarinen, Finnish ice hockey player
  • Martti Saarinen, Finnish singer
  • Olavi Saarinen, Finnish politician
  • Ossi Saarinen, Finnish ice hockey player
  • Pekka Saarinen, Finnish car racer
  • Sakari Saarinen, Finnish footballer
  • Simo Saarinen, Finnish ice hockey player
  • Veli Saarinen, Finnish cross-country skier
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Other articles related to "saarinen":

Sakari Saarinen
... Sakari Saarinen (born 18 July 1978 in Tampere) is a Finnish footballer, who representes FC Haka of Finnish second division Ykkönen ... Saarinen is 178 cm tall and he plays mostly in midfield, but occasionally also as a defender ... In the Finnish premier league Saarinen has played 183 matches and scored 15 goals ...
Christ Church Lutheran (Minneapolis, Minnesota) - Structures
... The worship building was designed by the firm Saarinen and Saarinen, a father and son partnership of Eliel Saarinen (1873–1950) and Eero Saarinen (1910–1961), the project was Eliel Saarinen's last completed building ... Buege, contacted the elder Saarinen, then the president of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and convinced him to take the commission ... Saarinen had designed the pioneering First Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana in 1941 and used it as a model ...
Munkkiniemi - History - Eliel Saarinen’s Munksnäs-Haga Plan
... Eliel Saarinen’s grandiose plans were presented to the public in the autumn of 1915 in the form of a book and an exhibition with models and drawings ... According to Saarinen’s prognoses Munkkiniemi could have 500 ... inhabitants by 1945 according to Alternative I or 000 ... according to Alternative III ... Saarinen planned Munkkiniemi for 25% well off, 30% middle class and 45% workers ...
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
... Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (born February 1, 1979 in Hollola, Päijänne Tavastia) is a Finnish cross country skier who has competed since 1998 ... Saarinen also won six medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with four golds (Team sprint 2009, 10 km 2009, 4 x 5 km 2007, 2009) and two bronzes (7 ... Saarinen finished second in the 2008/2009 Tour De Ski behind Virpi Kuitunen ...