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Open course on history of Finnish architecture

Museum of Finnish Architecture invites to take part in an intensive 10-day course on the essentials of the history of Finnish architecture. Join in and learn everything one needs to know: all lectures are free to attend and open for everyone.  The programme consists of lectures, walking tours and site visits in the Helsinki area.

The course is part of the lecture series Finnish Society and Culture organised by the University of Helsinki in collaboration with Aalto University, Department of Architecture. The course leader is an experienced historian and lecturer Netta Böök, architect (M.Sc.).

First lecture is on Monday 17th March 2014 at 16.15–18. Lecture topics cover the period from traditional vernacular building to the tendencies at the turn of the 21st century. The course will be held at the Museum of Finnish Architecture, on Mondays and Wednesdays in Kasarmikatu 24, from March 17th till 26th, 2014.

The full programme with can be found on MFA’s website.
More information from course leader Netta Böök.

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