Ville Hara, Finnish Architect, Building, Photos, News, Design, Projects, Office
Ville Hara Architecture : Architects
Contemporary Architecture Practice Helsinki, Finland Design Studio
Ville Hara – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Ville Hara, alphabetical:
kupla – the bubble, Korkeasaari Zoo lookout tower, Helsinki, Finland
Design: Ville Hara / Wood Studio workshop
Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Architecture
photo : Jussi Tiainen
Korkeasaari Zoo lookout tower
Sauna Kyly – Habitare 09 Sauna design competition winner
Design: Avanto Architects
photo : Kai Kuusisto
This competition entry by Avanto Architects won Habitare 09 Sauna design competition for young architects and designers. The project was selected among the 12 most interesting exhibits in the design fair by interior journalists. Kyly is an old Karelian word: it means sauna or bathing. It was also selected “best in show” as Forum magazine judged the sauna to be the best innovation at Habitare.
Habitare is located in Tradate and in Balerna, Switzerland.
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Ville Hara – Practice Information
C U R R I C U L U M V I T A E
Architect studio based in Finland
Ville Hara (born 1974), architect, SAFA
Studies in Finland at Helsinki University of technology and in France at Ecole d’Architecture Paris-Belleville, graduated 2002. Has worked in France, Croatia and Germany (Sauerbruch Hutton Architects), 1999-2004 at SARC Architects. From 2004 own office avanto architects with Anu Puustinen and teacher at HUT.
Ville Hara : Finnish Architects
Nomination for Mies van der Rohe Prize 2003; Archiprix 2003: honourable mention, participants’ favourite; Wuorio Price 2003; Ar+d Emerging Architecture Price 2003; 2006 Bryggman prize; 2006 Vähäkallio scholarship; 2007 State artist grant; Leonardo 2007, Minsk, Belarus, best built one family house
Das Neue Berlin 2nd prize 1999, HUT Department of Architecture Wood Studio competition 2nd prize 1999 and 1st prize 2000, Funerary chapel competition Vantaa Finland 1st prize 2003, Helsinki City chapel open competition honorary mention 2005, Tsunami Memorial International Design Competition, Thailand first runner up 2005 (all competitions from 2003 with Anu Puustinen)
Various positions of trust:
architecture students’ guild, HUT students union, the Finnish Association of Architects, The Museum of Finnish Architecture
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