We are here to make Finnish architecture visible and known.Get to know what we do
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Welcome to our new website!
Archinfo renews itself! This year marks ten years since our foundation, and the beginning of a new strategic period. The new website and visual identity reflect the objectives of our new strategy as Archinfo enters its next decade.
We wished our new visual identity to be airy, clear, and just the right amount of playful. Our website, containing thousands of articles, we wanted to be user-friendly and accessible. The designers of the identity and website are a Helsinki-based creative agency, Agency Leroy.
The Pavilion of Finland is presenting an exhibition at the Biennale Architettura 2023 that seeks solutions to global problems
Archinfo is in charge of Finland's exhibition at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. The concept for the Biennale Architettura 2023 exhibition was sought through an open call.
Launched in March 2022, the open call generated 23 exhibition proposals, of which six were selected to be further developed in stage two. The winning proposal deals with questions related to water and nutrients circulation and architects’ role in envisioning future solutions. The theme is globally significant, while the exhibition concept stems from Finnish culture and traditions.
The authors of the winning entry are Architect and Artist Arja Renell, Graphic Designer Antero Jokinen and Architects Eero Renell, Barbara Motta, Emmi Keskisarja and Janne Teräsvirta.
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.
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.
Our values are to act openly, independently, and sustainably.Get to know our strategy
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Upcoming eventsAll events
TAD Week - Tampere Architecture and Design Week
3A Talks: AD Museum and a participatory architectural competition
Landscape Architecture Day
Nils Erik Wickberg Lectures 2022: Architecture, Society and Circular Economy
Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2022
Long live Wivi Lönn! at the Museum of Finnish Architecture
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!
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.
Our sphere of operations
Increasing general appreciation for architecture in Finland
We increase appreciation of architecture and cultural heritage in Finland. We produce content and events that underpin discussions about the built environment for citizens who are interested in their local environment and a sustainable future. We communicate topical, reliable, and broadly accessible information; we make Finnish architecture more approachable. A key method for the above is the Finnish Architecture Navigator online service. We offer expert communication services for our partners and prepared topics for the media. We participate in architecture and design education networks and project partnerships.Read more
Raising the profile of Finnish architecture internationally
We promote the global recognition and visibility of Finnish architecture. We increase the presence of Finnish architecture and architectural operators in international projects and events, other industry forums, and the media. One key tool for the above is the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. We organise high-profile projects, network actively, and act as a permanent cooperation body for international relations. We wish to reach foreign architecture professionals, key stakeholders and mainstream media, and select specialist and trade media.Read more
In social advocacy
Reinforcing the societal importance of architecture
We reinforce the status and importance of architecture in society. We actively take the initiative and start discussions to expand the understanding of culturally, politically, and economically influential people about the cultural and social importance of architecture. We participate in the execution and monitoring of Finland’s architectural policy programme and engage in lobbying. We offer a platform for municipal representatives working on architectural policy programmes to exchange information and network, and we communicate information about these programmes. We also actively participate in international programmes, projects, and networks aimed at promoting the social importance of architecture.Read more
Helsinki Architectural Highlights
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