Newbuild

Aviapolis

Name Aviapolis High School and the Finnish Aviation Museum Description Reference design Client City of Vantaa Year 2023 Size br-m² 8 600 br-m2 high school and 6 200 br-m2 museum The reference designs for Aviapolis High School and the Finnish Aviation Museum, commissioned by the City of Vantaa, form the basis for the area’s future […]

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Visualisation of the new generation kindergarten interior. Reused building parts visible in the room and the turquoise concrete pillars of Kera halls give character to the space.

NEXT LEVEL Kera Circular Economy Kindergarten Concept

Name Kera Design Competition Description Concept for Reusing Kera hall’s Building Components, Competition win 2023  Client City of Espoo  Year 2023 Size br-m² Concept: Scope may vary depending on the building site A society based on a fully circular economy is the only carbon-neutral society. Since construction consumes the majority of our planet’s natural resources,

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Kuopio Museum Exterior

Kuopio Museum

Name Kuopio Museum Description Renovation and extension, Invited competition win 2017  Client City of Kuopio, Tilapalvelut  Year 2020 Size br-m² 4500 Kuopio Museum Extension Creates a New Cultural Quarter  The project includes the renovation and expansion of the listed Kuopio Museum, completed in 1907, and the connection of the museum complex to the adjacent Kuopio

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Helsinki Fair Center

Name Helsinki Fair Center Description Entrance and Convention Centre extension and refurbishment Client Messukeskus Year 2019- Size br-m² Messuaukio 5000m²,extension 2000m²Congress areas 23 000 m²,extension 16 000 m² At its current location, Messukeskus – the largest and most versatile event venue in Finland – has grown in multiple phases since 1975. Today the convention venue spans

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Skatta Hotel

Name Skatta Hotel Description Hotel Client YIT Year 2023 Size br-m² 9900 The new Skatta Hotel building has been adapted to the rough urban structure of Helsinki’s second oldest city harbour area, founded in 1878 when South Harbour was expanded into Katajanokka. A significant part of the old port warehouse on the block has been

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