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Ugo Carmeni

The Finnish pavilion highlights the architects' ability to envision solutions to global problems

Archinfo is in charge of Finland's exhibition at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. In 2023, the Finnish Pavilion introduces The Dry Collective's exhibition Huussi – Imagining the future history of sanitation, which questions the sanitary solution we take for granted, the flushing toilet. The Dry Collective includes curator Arja Renell, architects Emmi Keskisarja, Barbara Motta, Eero Renell and Janne Teräsvirta and graphic designer Antero Jokinen.

Huussi critically reassesses our sanitation system at a time when the sufficiency of drinking water and food production is a global problem. The exhibition invites the global architectural community and experts to develop new urban-scale solutions that saves water and recycles nutrients.

The 18th Venice Architecture Biennale is open to the public from 20 May to 26 November 2023. Welcome to Huussi!

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Pekka Elomaa

Finnish Architecture Navigator draws you a map of the best of Finnish architecture

Our web service brings you to the most interesting sites of Finnish built heritage and contemporary architecture. The service includes curated and themed selections, and buildings can be searched by location, architect, building typology and keyword, among others.

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Anna Rusi

Archinfo is the New European Bauhaus contact point in Finland

The New European Bauhaus initiative connects the European Green Deal to our daily lives and living spaces. It calls on all Europeans to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls.

As Finland's national contact point for the New European Bauhaus initiative, Archinfo participates in an informal EU-wide network coordinated by the European Commission for exchange of experience. The most important mission for the contact point is to spread information nationally about e.g. funding possibilities and New European Bauhaus Festival and Prizes. The Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment take part in coordinating the initiative.

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We are Archinfo!

We are specialists in the field of architecture. Our team’s expertise covers architecture, architectural communication, and event production, as well as architectural, art, and cultural policy. We hope to hear from you!

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At Archinfo, we focus on three key objectives: to increase general appreciation for architecture in Finland, raise the profile of Finnish architecture internationally, and reinforce the societal importance of architecture.

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Are you looking for a printed map pointing you to the architectural gems of Finland's capital city? Please contact: info@archinfo.fi.

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