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enclosed piazza whose materialisation and details reveal the influence of Mediterranean architecture. Open squares are the spaces for multiple purposes, which over the glass shell extends to the building, creating a public promenade, the contact zone outside-inside. Media books 11/2015 Superkilen Barbara Steiner viniusOrfeus 10/2013 sitography: projects-suk en/projects/ chronological/110 t/tools/superkilen m/it/document/view/14984462/ 8_ Copenhagen, The Black Market 9_ Copenhagen, The Black Market: tables for playing chess 10_ Copenhagen, The Green Park _city life: Architecture As sociAl integrAtion 17 18 Luca Bonci - Mirco. Markus Church through a competition: he was invited with other four architects, he proposed multiple ideas and was finally chosen in 1956 (the building was completed in 1960). Markus Church, Björkhagen Stockholm (1956-1963) After almost ten years of inactivity, Sigurd Lewerentz received the commision for. After the independence from ussr Finland faced a short Civil War in 1918, when pro Bolshevik did not want to separate from the new born ussr. It showed already in his early object, complex sanitarium Paimio in 1928, where he denies the closed cube.

To build the house, the first step was to prepare materials. Photos and graphics selected the variety of squares according to their use in different times of the day and of the year. Helsinki, Espoo, Kauniainen, Vantaa. It was built from the main frame in the center then widened outwards and finally by the roof and wallcovering. While Finlandia Hall was designed in white marble, atypical for Finland, Home of revolution was made in concrete with large blue, glass surfaces. Eight arts projects which are more or less integrated into the building, a complex unity like the stage curtain Metafoil by Pae White and the four predominantly white-lit installations in the wardrobe area of the foyer by Olafur Eliasson called The Other Wall. One the one side this square would be opened into Tölönlahti port, while the other was surrounded by public buildings such as opera, museums, city libraries and other public buildings that eventually could be built along Hesperia Park. Here the main building is the support and the shell of the production machine. Arkkitehti magazines Finland Builds exhibition catalogues Architect monographs: Aalto, Blomstedt, Bryggman, Ekelund, Ervi, Gullichsen-Kairamo-Vormala, Revell, Ruusuvuori, Pietilä, Sipinen, Sirén, Ypyä etc. Many thanks to architect Giovanni Bellucci for helping with practical arrangements and architect Monica Prencipe for help with organizing, activating the discussions and taking actively part into the course.