Aalto University and the Museum of Finnish Architecture
Architecture Speaks: Moa Andrén and Tove Fogelström
Moa Andren and Tove Fogelstrom
This year, the annual lecture series by Aalto University and the Museum of Finnish Architecture focuses on the architect's role in society. The second lecture will be given by Moa Andrén and Tove Fogelström from Andrén Fogelström office.
Swedish architects Moa Andrén and Tove Fogelström aim to make the world a more beautiful place. Their profound commitment, professionalism and creative spirit enable them to establish fruitful partnerships with everyone from individual clients to construction companies. The duo have set up an office named after them, which carries out projects at various scales. The growing architectural office advocates exploratory and contemporary architecture that is well thought out concerning the customer's wishes and the conditions of the place while paying particular attention to details and choice of materials.
”The founders of the Swedish firm Andrén Fogelström discuss in their new manifesto the role of architecture as a dream catalyst. In their realized projects, attention is drawn to the beautiful use of wood material and the clarity of details,” describes Jenni Reuter, curator of the Architecture Speaks! lecture series.
The Architecture Speaks! lecture series, a collaboration between Aalto University and the Museum of Finnish Architecture, has presented current architectural phenomena for nine years. The 9th season of the lecture series will feature lectures by six architects or groups of architects.
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