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Editorial 4/20: People in their Houses

The word ‘empathy’ has a nice, kind ring to it: “someone has thought of me”. With the COVID-19 epidemic, however, the meaning of the word seems to have expanded and gained gravity.

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Editorial 3/20: With Hands and Brains

Today, awash with material plenty, we have an ambivalent attitude towards handcrafted items.

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Editorial 2/20: Fences and Thresholds

What purpose do rules and regulations serve in the field of architecture?

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Editorial 1/20: On Common Land

What do togetherness, communities and participation mean for contemporary architectural practice? Do we need shared visions for the future?

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Editorial 6/19: The Long Run

Although the impact of economic trends on architectural practice is very real, as a profession, we seem not too keen on looking into the structures of the economy.

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Editorial 5/19: The Weight of Sustainability

Does anyone know of an architect who would not want to work in a sustainable manner?

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Editorial 4/19: Design Everywhere?

We have started to apply the word design to almost everything and anything. The term has become commonplace, and its meaning has expanded to also incorporate other things besides industrial design.

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Editorial 3/19: How Should We Live?

Housing affects everyone. This can also be problematic.

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Editorial 2/19: Splitting Ranks

For a long time, architects have constituted a rather homogenous species. In a small country like Finland, uniformity has been an asset and the architect-identity, at least to a degree, a shared experience.