Årets studietur for tegn_3 går til Helsinki. Her er årets faglige program :
The New City Centre
Walking tour through and around Kamppi, the new combination of commercial-, housing-, office- and traffic terminal building, annex to the Parliament Building by Pekka Helin 2004, the functionalistic Tennispalatsi and Lasipalatsi, Chapel of Silence by K25 2012, Kiasma the museum of modern art by Steven Holl 1998, Sanomatalo the headquarters of the main media company in Finland by Antti-Matti Siikala and Jan Söderlund 1998; a class cube with a media square inside the house., and Helsinki Music Centre that was opened 2011.Finlandia Hall by Alvar Aalto 1971 and enlargement 1975
Baana cycling corridor placed to an old railroad corridor, LOCI landscape architects & Rambøll 2012
Helsinki Main Railway Station by Eliel Saarinen 1903-1919, and National Museum of Finland 1910 by Gesellius, Lindgren and Saarinen.
Katajanokka (=Skattudden) Art Nouveau area and some new
A new residential area for 7000 inhabitants next to an old industrial milieu. The centre will gather art- and design entrepreneurs and schools to the area. The project is under construction and will be fi nished in 2012. In the heart of the area there is the Arabiachina factory and the University of Art and Design in some of the old factory premises. There will be 5000 working places in the area. New primary school for the children of the area, which is an old doss house for alcoholics, will also be seen (Arabia).
- New housing area
- Environmental art project
- Educational buildings, some of them conversions of industrial buildings
- Arabia centre, densifi cation of design orientated businesses
Flooranaukio housing by Heikkinen – Komonen 2011-2012, visit
The Rock Church - A church quarried in the bedrock from 1968
Töölö Oscar and Stage housing Tuomo Siitonen 2009-2012
Kesäkatu housing 1998-2000 by Timo Vormala.
City plan, main building and library and some more buildings are designed by Alvar Aalto. Dipoli student union building by Raili and Reima Pietilä, the 1950s chapel by architects Sirén represents the point of departure for Finnish minimalism and many new modern office buildings.
- Main building
- Dipoli from outside
Tapiola garden town (01)
Tapiola is a modernist garden town and a suburb designed for families with cars, which was erected in 1950s and 1960s. Its centre is a corbusian composition designed by architect Aarne Ervi.
FMO (02), the wood made headquarter office of Finnish wood industry company, an old printing house which has just been converted to EMMA - Espoo museum of modern art, and Tapiola –company’s new HQ.
Keilalahti (03), the concentration of new offi ces, such as the Nokia headquarters by Pekka Helin and KONE Tower by Antti-Matti Siikala.
Otaniemi campus (04)
City plan, main building and library and some more buildings are designed by Alvar Aalto.
Dipoli student union building by Raili and Reima Pietilä, the 1950s Chapel by architects Sirén represents the point of departure for Finnish minimalism and many new modern office buildings.
Kesäkatu housing by Timo Vormala, 1998-2000. (05)