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Helin + Siitonen – Key Projects
This Finnish Architecture Practice has since been retitled as Helin & Co Architects, in 1999.
Key Architectur Projects by Helin + Siitonen, alphabetical:
Nokia Headquarters, Espoo, nr Helsinki, Finland
Date built: 1998
The Nokia House was the head office building of Nokia Corporation, located in Keilaniemi, Espoo. The two southernmost parts of the building were built in the early 1990s and the third, northernmost part was built in 2000. Around 5000 employees work in the premises.
In 2012, Nokia announced that it had sold its head office building to Finland-based Exilion for €170 million and was leasing it back on a long term basis. The building was later sold to Microsoft as part of the sale of the mobile phone business in 2014 and renamed to Microsoft Talo. Since the sale, Nokia’s headquarters are in Karaportti, Espoo, Finland.
Parliament Extension, Helsinki, Finland
Date built: 2004
Design: Helin & Co
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Helin + Siitonen – Practice Information
Finnish architect studio led by Pekka Helin
1979-1999, since renamed
Building near to the Nokia HQ:
Key Architectural Awards won by this Finnish architecture office
•The 10th European Urban and Regional Planning Award 2014 (Fornebu)
•Iconic Awards Architecture 2013 (Metsä Wood Group and MELA Headquarters)
•The Single Family Houses Through the Ages, winner 2012 (Villa Krona)
•European Award for Steelstructures 2007 (Kamppi Centre)
•Roof of the Year 2006 (Alberga Area Centre and Sello Commercial Centre)
•Steel Construction of the Year 2006 (Kamppi Centre)
•Wood Construction Prize 2006 (Finnforest Modular Office)
•Steel Construction of the Year 2004 (Parliament House Annexe)
•Sustainable Building of the Year 2001 (Nordea Office Aleksis Kiven katu 9)
House Moby Dick, Espoo
photo from architect
House Moby Dick
photo : Jussi Tiainen
photograph : Jussi Tiainen
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