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AlvarAaltoFoundation Jan 23
The Ministry of Education and Culture has designated the Alvar Aalto Foundation a national special museum. In the new role the Foundation is responsible for safeguarding, preserving and managing Alvar Aalto’s heritage on a national level.
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Kaarina Gould Jan 7
Very proud to announce this talk with Sir David Adjaye, Marianne Goebl, Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen and Caitlin Murray: Alvar Aalto, Donald Judd, and Architectonic Wholeness. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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teapotd0me Mar 24
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AlvarAaltoFoundation Jan 9
Record number of visitors in Alvar Aalto Foundation museum sites in 2019
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ArchEyes | Architecture + Design May 15
Completed in 1933, the Paimio Sanatorium is a former tuberculosis sanatorium designed by architect Alvar Aalto.
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AlvarAaltoFoundation Jan 30
There are small changes in opening hours and admission fees at Alvar Aalto Foundation museum sites in 2020. See details:
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pamela karimi Apr 1
Architectural responses to pandemics and respiratory diseases? Prime example: (c. 1933), by in response to . Aalto also designed the cantilevered birch wood , which was specifically designed for breathing better.
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Juha Pyykkö Jan 20
I was honoured to be present and give opening remarks at the presentation of a book on and by a great friend of Mr. Konstantinos Xanthopoulos. A fresh layer of connection between the two countries.
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Finnish Institute Mar 6
Alvar Aalto is widely recognised as the greatest Nordic modern architect of the 20th century. Make sure not to miss this exciting panel discussion on his work in Cambridge next week! ✨✨
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Tiina Merisalo Apr 30
Definitely looking forward to this!
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Matt Kleinmann Mar 19
Replying to @matt_kleinmann
A historical example of how responded to a previous epidemic, in the work of : One question, for example: With our shift towards working from home, will also have a similar impact on how design our housing and cities?
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dwell Feb 3
The celebrated architect and designer was born on this day in 1898.
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Visit Jyväskylä Jan 27
How does Alvar Aalto affect to a life of a local living in ? And what is the connection between Aalto and tulips? Read from the blog what our guide Outi tells about Alvar Aalto!
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Visit Jyväskylä Feb 3
Happy Alvar Aalto's Birthday! Check what people tell about Alvar Aalto's work and read more of the Capital City of Alvar Aalto here:
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Panu Minkkinen Nov 16
One sure indicator that things are not all bad: the legendary café in central busy again. Redecoration honours architectural origins (unlike ). I wrote two theses at these tables under the beautiful natural light!
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NØRDIK Feb 19
The Iittala Alvar Aalto 2020 collection has a brand new product. This tealight candle holder mimics the classic aalto vase shape. The organic form creates soft & warm ambience, bringing a piece of Finnish design to any interior.
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Repton Design and Technology Feb 13
Saw this on a design related Instagram account’s (will try to remember which!) stories and thought it was a fab way to highlight iconic designers/designs! Would make fab posters 👌🏻
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advandstudio Apr 17
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Seearch Feb 21
Villa Mairea, Pori, Finland. Alvar Aalto 1937-39 For more information and pictures, please go:
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𝚖𝚘𝚍𝚎𝚛𝚗𝚒𝚜𝚖 May 10
Chairs in the garden #4 - Model 60 stacking stool, Alvar Aalto, 1933.
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