Posts Tagged with: oopeaa

Dec
07

Anssi Lassila at the launch of Modular & Volumetric Building System by Stora Enso in London

posted on December 7th 2016 in News with 0 Comments

Anssi Lassila as speaker at the launch of Modular & Volumetric Building System by Stora Enso in London today Launch of Stora Enso’s Modular Building System  6.00 pm – 10.00 pm, Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Haberdashers Hall, 18 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9HQ – Presentations Anssi Lassila, OOPEAA Puukuokka: An Example of the Use of Modular Systems in Multi-story Apartment Buildings Paul Williamson, Managing Director of Modular Construction, Swan Homes Investing in Modular Construction – the Future for Volumetric Homes  Gareth Mason, Business Development Manager, Stora Enso Modular Element Buildings by Stora Enso – designing for modular construction – Stora Enso is launching their Modular & Volumetric Building System in London today. Welcome drinks will be served from 6.00 pm and followed […]

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Nov
07

ANSSI LASSILA of OOPEAA is lecturing at the Wood Architecture Days in Tallin and in Helsinki

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INTERNATIONAL WOOD ARCHITECTURE CONFERENCE WOOD – NATURE’S KEY TO A BETTER LIVING ENVIRONMENT November 9 – 10, 2016 Kultuurikatel, Black Box Põhja puiestee 27a Tallin, Estonia Lecture by Anssi Lassila Wood in Architecture: From Handcrafted Methods to Prefabricated Materials November 9, 2016 At 16:30 hours – NATIONAL WOOD ARCHITECTURE DAY November 10, 2016 Wanha Satama Pikku Satamakatu 3-5 Helsinki, Finland Lecture by Anssi Lassila New Wood Architecture OOPEAA: Recent Projects in Wood: Periscope Tower, Suvela Chapel, Pihapetäjä Apartments in Joensuu, and others November 10, 2016 At 9:00 hours in Hall A INTERNATIONAL WOOD ARCHITECTURE CONFERENCE / TALLIN Wood Architecture Conference […]

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Nov
01

OOPEAA participates in a Nordic research and development project on Sustainable Transformation and Environmental Design, STED

posted on November 1st 2016 in News with 0 Comments

The Nordic Built – Sustainable Transformation and Environmental Design, STED is a three year long project with the aim of developing new tools for the use of Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) as a way to evaluate the sustainability of architectural design projects from the early design stages on. The STED project provides a Nordic innovation platform for developing new design solutions and design processes for construction, renovation and transformation. Using ICT
for decision support and combining energy efficiency, environmental design and lifecycle thinking, the
aim is to develop innovative and generalizable system design solutions and design methods to create sustainable buildings. The […]

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Oct
27

ARABIAZZA(S) offers a vision to redevelop the historic Arabia block into a new urban district

posted on October 27th 2016 in News with 0 Comments

Arabiazza(s) offers a vision to redevelop the historic Arabia block into a new urban district. The proposal was developed by a team led by Anssi Lassila and composed of OOPEAA working in collaboration with Lundén Architecture. Gehl Architects acted as an expert in matters of urban public space. Arabiazza(s) was developed for an invited competition organized by Varma Oy with the City of Helsinki and the Finnish Association of Architects, SAFA. 
Arabiazza(s) was one of the four projects selected for the 2nd stage of the two-stage competition. Arabiazza(s) takes the rich temporal layers of the urban fabric in the continuously evolving process of change in the city […]

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Oct
26

PUUKUOKKA, PHASE TWO started

posted on October 26th 2016 in News with 0 Comments

The construction of Puukuokka Two on site has started.  The Puukuokka apartment complex is getting a new addition. Puukuokka Two will soon be making company to Puukuokka One which was completed in the spring of 2015.  When completed, the Puukuokka wooden apartment block in the Kuokkala neighborhood in Jyväskylä will be composed of three wooden multi-story buildings. The on site construction of the second part of the trio, Puukuokka Two has now started. The expected date on completion for Puukuokka Two is set for spring 2017. Like Puukuokka One, Puukuokka Two will be composed of CLT. With a fully wooden load-bearing frame, the seven-story building will make use of the modular system developed when designing Puukuokka One. With slight modifications it will utilize the same principle of using prefabricated volumetric modules produced locally in Hartola just two hours away […]

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Oct
17

ANSSI LASSILA of OOPEAA lecturing at Egurtek International Forum – Bilbao

posted on October 17th 2016 in News with 0 Comments

Anssi Lassila of OOPEAA is lecturing at the Egurtek International Forum of Architecture and Construction in Wood in Bilbao Egurtek International Forum of Architecture and Construction in Wood – 6th Edition Bilbao Exhibition Centre – Conventions October 20th – 21st, 2016 • Thursday, 20 October from 10:00 to 18:00  • Friday, October 21 / from 10:00 to 14:00 – Lecture by Anssi Lassila “Wood and Modularity in Architecture Today” October 20, 2016 / at 16:15  Anssi Lassila of OOPEAA has been invited to give a lecture at the 6th Egurtek International Forum of Architecture and Construction in Wood in Bilbao. In is talk, […]

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Oct
05

Periscope Tower and Suvela Chapel among winners of the American Architecture Prize 2016

posted on October 5th 2016 in News with 0 Comments

The American Architecture Prize honors designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide. Each submitted design was evaluated by the esteemed AAP Jury on its own merit based on form, function, and innovation. Winning projects were given titles of platinum, gold, silver, or bronze levels, along with honorable mentions from many distinguished submissions. The Periscope Tower by Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA was awarded silver in the category of Heritage Architecture. To review the entry, click here.   The Suvela Chapel by Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA was awarded bronze […]

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Sep
04

The Suvela Chapel Inaugurated on September 4, 2016

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The Suvela Chapel in Espoo designed by OOPEAA was inaugurated on September 4, 2016. The Suvela chapel was commissioned by the Espoo Parish Union and it will be used jointly by the Espoo Paris Union, the Swedish Parish of Espoo and the City of Espoo to serve the entire community of Suvela. It is a multifunctional building that offers a space for the people of the community to use together for their many different needsregardless of their religious affiliation. OOPEAA embarked on the design and planning for the Suvela Chapel and the nearby community park in 2012. The goal was to […]

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Sep
02

Anssi Lassila is lecturing at the Architecture and Cities in Transition seminar in Tampere

posted on September 2nd 2016 in News with 0 Comments

Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA The Potential of the Borderline September 2, 2016 Lecture at 16.00 Panel discussion at 17.30 – Itäinenkatu 4 The Plevna Movie Theater Theater 2 –  In this talk Anssi Lassila will share his thoughts about the idea of the potential of the borderline. Hewill explore this idea through three projects of very different scales, one situated in a rural context of an open landscape, one serving to provide us a view over the landscape in a suburban context, and one offering the people of a multicultural community a common ground and a shared space for coming […]

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Sep
01

SUVELA CHAPEL NOMINATED FOR FINLANDIA PRIZE

posted on September 1st 2016 in News with 0 Comments

The Suvela Chapel has been nominated one of the four final candidates for the Finlandia Prize for Architecture 2016  The Finlandia Prize The Finlandia Prize for Architecture was established in 2011 by SAFA, the Finnish Association of Architects. The Finlandia Prize for Architecture is awarded to a design or renovation design for an outstanding new building or building complex that has been completed within the past three years. The Prize promotes the appreciation of high-quality architecture and aims to highlight the importance of architecture in producing cultural value and increasing well-being. This year, the Finlandia Prize for Architecture winner will […]

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