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In François Schuiten’s comic books, architectural utopias quickly become dystopias.
Finland, like elsewhere, has in recent years built more and more – and higher and higher – in wood. Both Puukuokka in Jyväskylä and Lighthouse in Joensuu are pioneers in Finnish wood building.
Renovated and remodelled many times over, Mikonkatu 7 has one of the most complex building histories in Helsinki. The latest renovation borrows heavily from the past yet interprets the themes through the means of contemporary architecture.