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    Our new NAVI architecture database is now open

    The Architecture Information Centre Finland has launched a brand new online service which assists you in navigating top projects of Finnish architecture. The map-based Finnish Architecture Navigator, NAVI in short, provides basic data about both the architects and the buildings’ historical details, topped with photographs and architectural drawings. You can …

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  • The Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016 exhibition

    Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016 exhibition now open

    Fifteen impressive examples of latest Finnish architecture are now exhibited under the title Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016. The selection can be viewed online in our new Finnish Architecture Navigator aka Navi or by visiting the Museum of Finnish Architecture in Helsinki between 15 June and 2 October, 2016. The exhibition highlights include the …

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Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016 exhibition now open

The Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016 exhibition

Fifteen impressive examples of latest Finnish architecture are now exhibited under the title Finnish Architecture Biennial Review 2016. The selection can be viewed online in our new Finnish Architecture Navigator aka Navi or by visiting the Museum of Finnish Architecture in Helsinki between 15 June and 2 October, 2016. The exhibition highlights include the Opinmäki School and Learning Centre by Esa Ruskeepää (Espoo, 2015), …

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Venice Biennale 2016: Discussions on the Refugee Situation at The Finnish Pavilion

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During the Biennale period between 28 May – 27 November 2016 the Finnish Pavilion will act as an event platform. Two public discussions will be organized; one in July and the second one in the fall, as well as various events organized by the winning competition teams. The event program started already on the first public opening day of the …

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Wow! That euphoric feeling! An anniversary interview with Juha Leiviskä

Juha Leiviskä

Juha Leiviskä, who turned 80 this March, has had a stressful spring. The media has been bugging him for his opinion on the big questions facing architecture, though his head is still reeling from an arduous trip to London. The Architectural Review had invited Leiviskä to assess numerous sacral buildings for the AR Faith Awards. — It was shocking. During …

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Meet the Makers of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: ALA Architects

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ALA Architects participates in the Nordic pavilion exhibition at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice. Their In Focus project is their breakthrough design for the Kilden Performing Arts Centre which was completed in Kristiansand, Norway, in 2011. We talked with ALA’s founding partners Samuli Woolston, Juho Grönholm and Antti Nousjoki about their interpretations and expectations of the Venice Biennale …

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Meet the Makers of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: JKMM Architects

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JKMM Architects is one of the Finnish participants at the 15th International Architecture Biennale in Venice. Their amazing design for the new Seinäjoki City Library (2012) is exhibited among the In Focus projects of the Nordic pavilion exhibition “In Therapy: Nordic Countries Face to Face”. Our Meet the Makers series continues with an interview with three of the four founding partners: Asmo Jaaksi, Teemu …

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