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Latest issue 2 / 2019 - Education and Research

In Finland, architects have traditionally constituted a rather homogenous species and architect-identity has been a shared experience. In recent years the spectrum of duties entailed in the profession has become wider, resulting in the fact that a single architect cannot master every aspect. For example, combining architectural practice with an academic career is no longer necessarily possible.

Today in Finland over 250 new students start programmes in architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and urban studies and planning...

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