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The Finnish Architectural Review 2/2017: school buildings and women in architecture

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The latest issue of Arkkitehti – Finnish Architectural Review talks about school architecture and sheds light on Finland’s long history of women practicing architecture. Schools are constantly evolving. The positive trend of the new school architecture being of high quality and vibrant has been generally overshadowed in the media by the moisture and indoor air quality problems in older school …

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The Finnish Architectural Review 4/2016: Flexible home

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The newest issue of the Finnish Architectural Review 4/2016 discusses diverse flexibility. Increasing the flexibility of living spaces is one of the current development objectives in housing. A flexible home adapts to various uses. In a blended family, the number of people using the home may vary on a daily basis and the need for space also changes during a …

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Our new NAVI architecture database is now open

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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 share the projects on Facebook and Twitter and bookmark your …

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New Books: IN practice & Forty and Famous

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During the Biennale Opening days, two books featuring Finnish architect offices were launched. The “IN practice” research project and high-profile international network selected JKMM Architects from Finland to be included in their new book of best European architecture firms operating outside of the so-called “starchitect” elite. The book, which represents the state of committed architecture in Europe, was published at Palazzo …

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History in the Making: Baltic Pavilion in Venice Biennale

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Encounters in Venice: Opening of the Baltic Pavilion on Friday 28th of May. For the first time in 80 years Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are presented via a shared exhibition, put together by an ambitious group of curators from all of the three countries: Kārlis Bērziņš, Jurga Daubaraitė, Petras Išora, Ona Lozuraitytė, Niklāvs Paegle, Dagnija Smilga, Johan Tali, Laila Zariņa, and …

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Venice Biennale: Opening of the Nordic Pavilion

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Encounters in Venice: multiple of the Finnish architects included in the Nordic Pavilion’s exhibition were present for the opening on Thursday 26th of May. Finland has a strong presence in the In Therapy: Nordic Countries Face to Face -exhibition with four projects presented in depth and 46 other projects included in the In Therapy: Nordic Countries Face to Face –exhibition. This years …

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The newest issue of Bauwelt showcases the new Helsinki

Bauwelt 18/2016 features Helsinki. Photo: Aino Salmi

The well-known German-language architecture magazine Bauwelt examines the urban transformation of Helsinki. The theme issue 18/2016 examines the rapidly developing urban areas of Arabianranta, Jätkäsaari and Kalasatama and talks with architect Mikko Aho, Director of Planning at the Helsinki City Planning Department. In addition, the magazine presents the cutting-edge WoodCity and the Low2No developments and two innovative housing projects: the Tila open-building pilot project by Talli Architects and the Helsingin Malta co-housing project by ARK-house …

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Finnish Architectural Review 6/2015: global village

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The latest issue of the Finnish Architectural Review travels through less-known areas of architecture, from Vietnam to Taiwan and via India to Tanzania. Also more familiar countries, Japan, Switzerland and Austria, are visited. All the buildings featured in the issue are designed by Finnish architects but are located in different countries. The architect trio Hollmén Reuter Sandman designed a women’s …

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Finnish Architectural Review 5/2015: Urban infill and Ring Rail Line

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The latest issue of the Finnish Architectural Review discusses the topical phenomena of urban planning: infill development and the growing importance of rail traffic. Last summer a new railway connection was inaugurated in the Helsinki metropolitan area. The Ring Rail Line connects the city centre with the Helsinki-Vantaa airport and opened new possibilities in the urban development of the area. The issue …

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