Tuomas Uusheimo found an ideal composition on the field side.
The development of Portuguese architecture from the mid-20th century onwards carried also political undertones.
Architecture has always sought to find solutions to the challenges inherent in human social interaction, so it perhaps ought to have a role to play online, too, ponders Tommi Aho.
How do the current, packed everyday life of students and education that focusses on work life skills fit together with the aim to educate critical thinkers? ask Matti Jänkälä, Svenja Lindner, Heljä Nieminen and Hilda Uusitalo, students of architecture at Aalto University.
As we are progressing from the old, conventional linear economic model towards a circular economy, architects and planners are making some of the most crucial decisions, Nani Pajunen points out.