The exhibition Contemporary Architecture in Finland presents selected contemporary Finnish architecture projects that fascinate not only with their high functional and technical quality, but also with their special capability of focusing on human needs. Wood is predominantly used, as it is a natural resource in Finland
Daylight floods the interior.
A coming to terms with nature, the power of its formations, the integration into the landscape, and the reflection of the seasons in the interior of the buildings bear witness to the sensitivity of the planners.
It is just the ‘normality’ of many of the exhibited buildings that is actually new and a discontinuation of the aesthetic overload of numerous houses built in the recent past.
The exhibition itself, the guest lecture by Professor Ilmari Lahdelma (Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects, Helsinki), as well as the relevant discussions will bring to light whether various aspects of contemporary Finnish architecture can serve as a source of inspiration for architecture in the Alpine region.
Curator: Arianna Callocchia, architect and freelance journalist
Exhibition project: ATL – Association of Finnish Architects’ Offices
Under the patronage of the Finnish Embassy
Concept and graphic design: Architect Katri-Liisa Pulkkinen, Open Design Ltd
Fringe Events: Lecture by Professor Ilmari Lahdelma (Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects, Helsinki) Die Wandlungen der Natur in der Architektur [The Changes of Nature in Architecture], 05 March, 8 PM
Tuesday to Sunday,
10 AM – 6 PM
Admission fees: Adults € 4.50
Reduced fee € 3.00
Guided tour (by prior arrangement only) € 2.00
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