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The Urban Environment House, the Fyyri Library and Ylivieska Church. photos: Kuvatoimisto Kuvio, Tuomas Uusheimo

Architecture in Finland

The nominees shortlisted for this year’s Finlandia Prize for Architecture are the City of Helsinki’s Urban Environment Division headquarters in Verkkosaari, the Fyyri library in Kirkkonummi and Ylivieska Church.

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Arkkitehti / Finnish Architectural Review

SAFA is the publisher of the Finnish Architectural Review, the only bilingual Nordic architectural publication and the only architecture-centric cultural magazine in Finland. The magazine keeps track of novel and interesting Finnish architecture projects, as well as research and architectural thinking.

Architecture in Finland

Finland is home to a unique architectural heritage. The Finnish Association of Architects, SAFA, is central in upholding and protecting this cultural legacy.

At the same time we cooperate actively with public and private stakeholders in ensuring that working architects in Finland, as well as architecture in general, are able to flourish and support a well-functioning society.

Keeping in touch with SAFAs membership services, publications, communications and events is a great way of networking and getting to know the architectural scene in the country.

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