People in Oulu's Kiikeli park at sunset.
Oulu’s Kiikelinpuisto (by VSU landscape architects, 2002) was rewarded as the environment structure of the year 2002. picture: Kuvatoimisto Kuvio

Museum Temporarily Closed: Makers of Landscapes at the Museum of Finnish Architecture

IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE government’S POLICIES, The Museum of Finnish architecture IS CLOSED 17.3-13.4. COVID-19 TO DELAY THE PREVENTION OF THE CORONA VIRUS.


Makers of Landscapes
2.4.–31.5.2020
The Museum of Finnish Architecture,
Kasarmikatu 24, Helsinki

What do landscape architects do? How are changes in the environment reflected in the work of landscape architects? How is the future constructed by means of landscape architecture?

The training of landscape architects began in Finland in 1989. Up until the spring of 2020, a total of 255 landscape architects have graduated from Aalto University and its predecessor, Helsinki University of Technology. The exhibition presents the multidimensional and forward-looking professionalism of landscape architecture through twelve of its practitioners. The exhibition presents landscape architecture from the perspective of the cultural landscape, biodiversity and temporary urban space.

The exhibition, based on the book Maiseman tekijät (Makers of Landscapes) published by Aalto ARTS Books, is being curated as a joint project between the Museum of Finnish Architecture, Aalto University’s landscape architecture programme, and the Finnish Association of Landscape Architects MARK.

More about the exhibition on the Museum of Finnish Architecture’s website here