8 Jul 2016 . This lakeside observation pavilion by Finnish studio OOPEAA doubles as a giant periscope, so visitors don't have to climb to the top to enjoy the view.
26 Feb 1998 . Herbert Muschamp reviews exhibition on the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto at Museum of Modern Art, organized by . in place of rigid grids, exposed concrete and hard glass facades, Aalto created free-form curves, warm, wooden interiors, facades of irregularly laid red brick. . It was just steps from the pavilions of Germany and the Soviet Union, two overblown neo-classical structures that .
The Museum of Finnish Architecture is an architectural museum in Helsinki, finland. Established in 1956, it is the second oldest museum of its kind (after Moscow) devoted specifically to architecture. The museum was founded on the basis of the photographic collection of the Finnish Association of Architects (SAFA), which was established in 1949. The museum is on Kasarmikatu street in Ullanlinna, housed in a neo-classical building, designed by architect . The museum took over use of the building in 1981, before which it had been housed in a former wooden pavilion in .
The architecture of finland has a history spanning over 800 years, and while up until the modern era the architecture was strongly influenced by . The vernacular architecture of finland is generally characterised by the predominant use of wooden construction. . One of his most famous works, the redbrick Erottaja fire station, Helsinki (1891) is seen as a mixture of neo-Gothic and neo-Renaissance .
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The restaurant pavilion constructed by the harbor is a spacious combination of glass and wooden structures. . finland. The suppliers of the construction materials and the manufacturers and designers of the furniture are from finland.
3 Sep 2014 . The Finnish pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010 is called Kirnu (Giant's kettle). Designed by . A smooth bridge leads towards the entrance, whose warm wood surfaces form a shady and inviting portal to the pavilion.
24 Jul 2017 . comprised of &' [emmi keskisarja & janne teräsvirta & company architects] among others, the team aims to reveal the possibilities of wood in modern construction with the Y pavilion. it encourages cross-border collaboration .
29 May 2018 . "Mind-Building," an exhibition at the Finnish pavilion at the Venice Biennale, explores an architectural staple of Finnish culture: public libraries. . The projects begin with the first public library in finland, the neo-Renaissance Rikhardinkatu Public Library from 1881. . Built opposite the city's town hall, the new building's large, wood-covered façade will act as a huge canopy, giving shelter .
The two pavilions of finland national Alvar Aalto pavilion and the Nordic pavilion are located in the heart of the historical biennale . The dark blue wooden wall units are supported from outside by large triangles painted white for contrast.
A small wooden pavilion was built on top of the hill to serve as a scenic lookout place. Nowadays . One of the Finnish national landscapes, the valley of Lake Vanajavesi, can be seen from the scenic lookout tower of Aulangonvuori Hill.