Seinajoki Library | JKMM Architects

Seinajoki Library | JKMM Architects

00:00 12 November in Architecture

Architects: JKMM Architects
Location: , Finland
Main Designer: Asmo Jaaksi – Architect SAFA
Area: 4,430 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Tuomas Uusheimo, Mika Huisman, Hanu Vallas

00-00-0000:ArchDaily:The civic centre of Seinäjoki is a uniform building complex designed by Alvar Aalto. The building complex showcases Aalto’s exquisite touch from the details of door handles to the scale of urban planning. The centre is a masterpiece of modern architecture and a highly valuable cultural environment. The library was completed as part of the civic centre in 1965. An example of Aalto’s famous series of library designs, it served well as the town’s main library for over four decades. With the expansion of the town and evolution of library activities, however, it was no longer able to meet today’s demands. As a solution, the town decided to co-locate a modern building with the current library, so that the resulting two buildings would merge into a single functional complex. An architectural competition was organised for its design in 2008, in which the winning entry was our proposal titled ”Apila” (”Clover”)…Read More!


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