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Everything Needs to Change

The new publication provides an outline of the challenges in architectural practice in relation to climate change, in neutral and considered tone.

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Pulsating Pages

Sanna Puutonen’s debut work of fiction takes its topics from the world of architecture.

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Architectural Hit Parade

Toista sataa introduces a work of Finnish architecture from every year of the nation’s independence. Despite the pompous premise, it manages to be free from stiff pretences.

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Architecture is a Verb

Sarah Robinson's new book examines the psychosomatic relationship between architecture and the human being.

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Architect, Teacher and Designer of Buildings of Note

Biography compiled by two art historians tells the life and work of Finland’s arguably most influential 19th century architect.

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At the Core of Architectural Education

The interesting history of the short-lived 1920–30s Soviet art school Vkhutemas is discussed in detail for the first time ever.

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Shared Zelenogorsk

The article collection born of Finnish-Russian collaboration traces the history of the villa community on at the border of the two nations.

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Much More than a Master of Concrete

Pekka Pitkänen rose to the forefront of Finnish architecture after the Second World War. His notable life's work is brought together in a book for the very first time.

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Many Possible Roads, Many Possible Lives

The recent biography of Göran Schildt sheds new light on the life and thinking of the art historian, most familiar to architects through his book series on Alvar Aalto.