Lindegren was the son of the merchant Thiodolf Lindegren and his wife Rosa Regnander. He studied from 1877 to 1882 at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and three more years at the Art Academy in Sweden's capital. Like most artists of his time, he made it comprehensive study trips to France, Germany and Italy. During these years he was employed by a silk embroidery in Paris as a designer originals.
On his permanent return to Sweden in 1888 Lindegren was initially charged with the interior or restoration of various churches in Stockholm and the surrounding area. Various public and private companies chose Lindegren as an architect for their representative buildings. Two of his most important works are the Gustav Vasa church and the Biological Museum in Stockholm.
In addition to his work as an architect Lindegren was active as a watercolor painter and illustrator of books. In 1899 he was elected representative of the Royal Academy of Art.
A 1911 incident impaired cerebral hemorrhage Lindegren performance greatly. At that time he was the architect responsible for renovating the castle Drottningholm. Then he could participate only as a guide to the current restoration.
- Villa Gransäter in Boo (1886 )
- New Church ( Ny kyrka ) the place Ottebol in Värmland ( 1887)
- Biological Museum in Stockholm ( 1893)
- Villa Skoga near Kolmården (1894 )
- Nordic Museum in Stockholm, temporary additions to the Stockholm Exhibition in 1897
- Villamartin at Gripsholm (1897 )
- Cassels Donation, concert and event hall in Grängesberg (1898 )
- House of Freemasons in Härnösand (1900)
- Fire Stations in Kalmar (1906 )
- Gustav Vasa church in Stockholm (completed in 1906).
- Västerås Cathedral ( 1896-98 ), decorations since 1895
- Trinity Church ( Helga Trefaldighets kyrka ) in Uppsala (1906 )
- Maria Church ( Mariakyrkan ) in Sigtuna (1906 )
- Klara Church in Stockholm (completed in 1907).
- St. John's Church ( 1889-90 )
- St. Catherine's Church (1892 )
- Jacob's Church ( 1892-93 )
- Hedwig Eleonora Church ( 1894)
- Gustav Adolf Church (1894 )
- Adolf Fredrik Church (1895 )
- Uppsala Cathedral ( 1890-93 )
- Cathedral Härnösand (1895 )
- St. Olav's Church in Norrköping (1891 )
- Hedvigkirche in Norrköping (1894 )
- Ervallas church, place in Örebro ( 1900).
Illustrations ( various works )
Fire Stations in Kalmar
Hunting villa in Medstugan, town in the municipality of Åre
Porcelain rooms at Drottningholm Palace
- Mariakyrkan i Westerås (1898 )
- Arkitekturmuseum - Arkitektregistret
- Nordisk familjebok (1912 ), Volume 16, pp. 600-601 (Link)