Published in 3/2018 - Natures
B & M Architects
Architects Timo Kiukkola, Nikolai Rautio, Jussi Murole, Teemu SeppänenLocation Hopeakaivoksentie 45, HelsinkiGross Area 770 m2Completion 2017
Photos Timo Kiukkola
Re-organising urban mobility services would be an efficient way to combat
biodiversity loss and climate change, Olli Hakanen envisages.
Lahti was the European Green Capital in 2021, and this led to the construction of a pavilion that initially prompted debate on climate change in the heart of Helsinki and is now a focus point at a tiny suburban railway station.
Approximately 4,000 buildings are demolished in Finland every year. Would it be possible to imagine a future in which buildings would only be demolished if absolutely necessary?