Finnish Office Architecture, Offices in Finland, Architects, Images, Projects, Designs

Finnish Office Buildings : Finland Architecture

Key Offices Buildings in Finland – Commercial Property Developments

Major Finnish Office Development

Tampere Waterfront Development, central Finland
Design: BIG
Tampere Waterfront Development Finland building design
picture from architect

Tampere Waterfront – 8 May 2012
The invited design contest calls for a strong architectural master plan, comprising commercial, residential and cultural programme, forming a new urban area around the existing Ratina sports stadium in one of the most rapidly developing regions in Finland. The architects were selected as a winner of the competition by Finnish developers Rakennustomisto Pohjola & YH-Länsi.

Key Recent Finland Office Buildings

Finnish Office Architecture, alphabetical:

This page contains a selection of major Finnish office building designs, with links to individual project pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Finland Buildings, but additions are always welcome.

Helsinki Seafarers’ Centre
ARK-house Architects
Helsinki Seafarers Centre
photograph : Jussi Tiainen

Helsinki Seafarers’ Centre

Korona information centre
ARK-house Architects
Korona information centre Finland
photograph from architect

Viikki Infocentre Koruna

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New Finnish Architecture

Contemporary Architecture in Finland

Finnish Architecture Design – chronological list

Finnish Architecture News

Finnish Architecture : news + key projects

Finnish Buildings : A- J

Buildings in Finland – K-Z

Finnish Architects

Finnish Architecture – related links:

Helsinki Buildings
Helsinki Stadium Building
photo : City of Helsinki

Finnish Architect
: Office Listings

Helsinki Architecture Walking Tours
Helsinki Station Building
photo : City of Helsinki

Buildings / photos for the Finnish Office DevelopmentsFinland Offices Architecture page welcome

Finnish Office Buildings – page

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