2–3 / 1995 - welfare for the aged

The issue is published in Finnish with English summaries of most of the articles.

In this issue we present architecture for the aged: old people's homes, day centres and service centres. In his article professor Tore Tallqvist studies the mythical contents of architecture, while Anne Stenros, Doctor of Technology, writes about the phenomenology of the place. We also publish an article with French architect Jean Nouvel and with Canadian architect John Patkau. 

Featured projects:
• Kiuruvesi old people's home and service centre, Kiuruvesi, NVØ Architects
• Ilmajoki old people's home and day centre, Ilmajoki, Rainer Mahlamäki
• Foibe service centre, Vantaa, Heikkinen–Komonen Architects
• Juva old people's home – Juvakoti service centre, Juva, Kirsti Sivén Architects
• 'Omakotisäätiö' sheltered housing Puotila, Helsinki, Järvinen & Airas Architects
• Munkkiniemi service building, Helsinki, Käpy & Simo Paavilainen
• Service home and day centre Kallinranta, Keminmaa, Kimmo Kuismanen Architects
• Gerby-Västervik retirement home, Vaasa, Aitoaho & Viljanen Architects

Contents

In this issue we present architecture relating to welfare for the aged: old people's homes, day centres and service centres. In his article professor Tore Tallquist studies the mythical contents of architecture, while Anne Stenros, Doctor of Technology, writes about the phenomenology of the place. We also publish an interview with French architect Jean Nouvel and with Canadian architect John Patkau.

Näköislehti: Site Logic