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Girjegumpi, Breaking Boundaries

Online exhibition The Virtual Girjegumpi is a compilation of knowledge and resources on Sámi architecture from an insider’s perspective.

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The Multi-Faceted Sirens

The exhibition on the life and works of Kaija and Heikki Siren at the Espoo City Museum is the first ever comprehensive exhibition in Finland of the Sirens’ architecture. The Baghdad Conference Palace by Kaija and Heikki Siren was completed in 1982.Everything and Nothing – Architects Kaija + Heikki SirenKAMU Espoo City Museum, Espoo23 October […]

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Alvar Aalto as a Museum Architect

The Alvar Aalto Museum’s winter 2020–2021 exhibition presents Aalto’s ten most significant museum designs, from the 1920s to the 1970s.

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Sacral Aalto

The newest book in the thematic series presenting the buildings of Alvar Aalto by Jari ja Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen showcases Aalto's church designs.

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More Authentic Screen Time

The ASMR exhibition at ArkDes, an architecture and design centre in Stockholm, discusses the sensory internet phenomenon.

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On Vyborg and Greece – Also Virtually

As the corona epidemic eased its grip, the Museum of Finnish Architecture also re-opened in the beginning of June. Two new summer exhibitions are also open for virtual visitors.

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Concrete at Architecture Museums

Estonian Museum of Architecture exhibition Miracles in Concrete is built around August Komendant (1906–1992), the Estonian-American structural engineer, but also brings forth a narrative on collaboration between architects and structural engineers and on the history of modernist concrete architecture.

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A Metropolitan View of the Country

Countryside, the Future, designed mainly by Rem Koolhaas and OMA/AMO team for the Guggenheim Museum in New York, examines countryside as a global phenomenon.

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Le Chat Doré as a Stage Setting for Modern Life

The café Le Chat Doré was Birger Carlstedt and Karl Malmström's interpretation of the 1920s atmosphere. The reconstruction of the café is currently on display at the Amos Rex art museum.