Finnish Architecture Navigator
A lot has happened in Finnish architecture since the days of Alvar Aalto, regarded as the most influential architect of modern Finland. Finland has now unleashed an environmentally aware and more global architecture with outcomes that are getting international praise and prizes. A striking example of new Finnish architecture is the Helsinki Central Library Oodi (Finnish for “ode”), opened in December, 2018.
Finnish Architecture Navigator helps you to find interesting architecture through themes, locations, architects and tag words. Finnish Architecture Navigator is a curated database of Finnish architecture administered by Archinfo Finland.
The database is constantly updated with new architects and projects, with the aim that the service will include all key works and architects of Finnish architecture, throughout the times up until today. The curated themes will present different perspectives to the social, typological or other topical aspects of Finnish architecture.
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