Published in 4/2019 - Design
Aamu Song and Johan Olin's cooperation with artisans around the world is exhibited at Design Museum Helsinki.
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More than half of architectural students are women these days. Yet the number of private architectural offices run by women is surprisingly low. Four architects discuss their work and ideals.
Women began to practice architecture in Finland in the early 20th century. Female architects founded their own association, Architecta, in the 1940s. Pirkko-Liisa Schulman traces the history of the association.
The contemporary notion of the architect as an idealist is not a solely positive development if it doesn’t rethink the structural dimension of architectural production and work, Aleksi Lohtaja writes.