1/2015 young ideas

In the latest issue young architects write about the issues they find important, the themes selected by the authors themselves. The future makers want to bring architecture into people’s everyday lives. They want to work together with the users, determine design projects in a new way, fight the climate change and increase global equality by designing projects for the residents of poor countries. The role of starchitect is no longer interesting. What is essential is that work is meaningful and matches one’s own values. The young advertise their values actively through different means of media, e.g. in a TV-series.


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editorial | New ideas
Jorma Mukala

Young ideas

The architect's decalogue
Jussi Vuori

On shared land
Hilla Rudanko

What are cities competing over?
Jaakko Lehtonen

Back to complexity
Auvo Lindroos

An opportunity to be involved
Heikki Riitahuhta

Working on the social edge of architecture
Inari Virkkala

Experiences in the Global South
Pilvi Vanamo

Why head to developing countries?
Elina Tenho

The selfish giant
Helmi Kajaste

The hunt for a new black
Martti Kalliala

Huize Looveld, the Netherlands
Studio Puisto + van Bolderen architectuur

Villa Lulla, Porkkala
Joarc Architects

Maijaniitty, Turku archipelago
Architects Rudanko+Kankkunen

Bronda, Helsinki

Kouk Khleang, Cambodia
Komitu Architects

architecture schools | Three diploma works
Nicolas Gustin, Aleksandra Zarek, Kristian Forsberg

architecture schools | New tune of teaching
Antti Ahlava

books | Paradigms in Computing
Teemu Seppänen

déjà-vu | Pentti Kareoja, Master's thesis "The Museum of Sea and Land", 1988
Pentti Kareoja