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Finnish Architecture 0809 showcases the best of new Finnish architecture from the years 2008 and 2009. The biennial review 0809 presents 25 projects and includes articles by the jury members Heikki Aitoaho, Selina Anttinen and Johan Celsing, as well as by Peter MacKeith, Matti Kalliokoski and Tomi Kontio.

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Finnish Architecture 0809 is the catalogue for the travelling exhibition of the biennial review of Finnish architecture from the years 2008 and 2009. The book showcases 25 projects selected by the exhibition jury: architect Heikki Aitoaho, architect Selina Anttinen and architect Johan Celsing.

The projects have been presented with colour photographs and architectural drawings as well as a short description of their architectural merits. The book also lists the national and international prizes and honours received by Finnish architects, architectural competitions, architectural events and exhibitions and new publications between 2008 and 2009. There are three introductory articles on contemporary Finnish architecture; the authors are Peter MacKeith, Matti Kalliokoski and Tomi Kontio.

The showcased projects are: Pasila Machine Workshop Area apartment buildings in Helsinki; apartment buildings in Myllypuro, Helsinki; Oscar apartment building in Helsinki; Terraced Housing in Vuosaari, Helsinki; Villa Laulumaa in Oulainen; Anttolanhovi Lakeside Villas and Hillside Villas in Mikkeli; Villa Mecklin in Naantali; Loft G in Helsinki; Kyly Sauna in Raasepori; Ajurinmäki and Tuomarila Daycare Centres in Espoo; Swedish School of Social Science in Helsinki; Maritime Centre Vellamo in Kotka; Helsinki Seafarer’s Centre; Provincial Archives in Hämeenlinna; Oulu City Offices; Salmisaari development in Helsinki; the renovation of National Board of Education in Helsinki; the renovation of Pori City Hall; Paulig Roastery in Helsinki; Finnish Wooden Boat Centre in Kotka; Open-Air Museum Conservation Centre in Helsinki; 110 kV Switching Substation in Helsinki; and the Tammisaari Harbour Area in Raasepori.

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Weight 848 g
Dimensions 25.0 x 25.0 x 1.8 cm
Editor(s)

Esa Laaksonen, Hannu Hellman, Maija Kasvio, Paula Huotelin, Roy Mänttäri, Severi Blomstedt

Binding

Soft cover

Publishing year

2010

Publisher

Alvar Aalto Academy, Finnish Association of Architects, Museum of Finnish Architecture

Language

Images

architectural drawings, colour photos

Condition

Number of pages

140

ISBN

978-952-5195-34-7