Project Review

Time Traveling

In the recent renovation of the Finnish National Theatre’s Small Stage there is no appreciable distinction between the materials of different ages or the temporal layers, but rather a theatre visit takes you back to the 1950s.

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A Stadium and a Place

With the new stadium carefully adapted to its surroundings, a quiet corner of Tammela has become a vibrant part of the city district.

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Vision and Form

Kotka’s new events centre is ALA Architects’ latest take on the theme of a sculptural main facade.

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Piloting Radical Change

Located in Huopalahti’s railway station milieu, the new terraced house is built from solid wood and uses old, familiar solutions that are remarkably unfamiliar to modern construction.

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Light and Air

The three-storey apartment building blends in with the 1930s architecture of Helsinki’s Töölö district, in terms of both its appearance and structure.

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Wooden Charm in a Concrete Neighbourhood

A CLT-frame daycare centre introduces fresh shapes and a pleasant milieu for children in Oulu’s Kaijonharju.

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Under the Trees in Turku

The wooden pavilions create sheltered spaces in the renovated Turku Market Square.

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Not Only in Eliel Saarinen’s Footsteps

The mark of the hand of architects from several different eras was preserved in the renovation of Lahti City Hall.

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Hidden in Plain Sight

The lighting poles in Helsinki’s Senate Square have been designed with exceptional attention to detail, even though no one is actually supposed to notice them.