Category: Public

Hamnbad Stockholm

The Hamnbad Stockholm is a floating pool to be built in Munkbrohamnen in downtown Stockholm. It is based on the competition winning Architectural Global Concept developed by OOPEAA for the Allas Sea Pool Family by Nordic Urban. The project is […]

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Tikkurila Church and Housing

The Tikkurila Church is integrated in a city block containing an adjoining apartment building that offers social housing and student housing. All designed by OOPEAA as one complex, the Tikkurila Church, the Bethania Apartments, and the student housing form one […]

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Puuhi Community Space

Puuhi is a space for meetings and shared activity for the people of Soini. It was born out of the initiative of the villagers and carried out through active engagement of the community of Soini. Kyläpääskyt, an association founded by […]

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Seinäjoki Vision and Toolbox

The Vision and Toolbox for the Future Seinäjoki City Center provides a framework for developing Seinäjoki as a socially sustainable, active and green city with a human scale. An Urban Toolbox of architectural tools specifically designed for developing the city […]

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Taika kindergarten

The Taika Kindergarten building is carefully designed with the needs and the scale of children in mind in order to provide them an experiential and friendly space. Taika opened its doors to serve Seinäjoki families in January 2018, and it […]

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Allas Sea Pool

OOPEAA wins invited competition for a new global concept for an all-year-round floating sea pool for the Allas Sea Pool Family The Allas Sea Pool is a floating sea pool that is operational all year round. It offers an opportunity […]

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Kontra

Seinäjoki is one of the fastest growing cities in Finland. Currently the city has about 62 000 inhabitants, the urban area about 150 000, and the region about 200 000 inhabitants. A new Central Square will create a focal point […]

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Ylivieska church

The competition The architecture competition for the new Ylivieska Church was organized by the Ylivieska parish and it was open to participants in Finland and the rest of the European Union. The assignment was to design a new church to […]

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Suvela Chapel

The Suvela neighborhood in Espoo is one of the most multicultural districts in the Helsinki metropolitan region. Roughly one third of the inhabitants are of foreign descent. Cultural diversity is both a rich potential and a challenge to the community. […]

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Ulkometsä Daycare Center

The new Ulkometsä daycare center in Rytimäki, Kokkola is an experiential and friendly space specifically designed with the needs of children in mind. With its pitched roof the building forms an identifying landmark in the newly built area. However, it also sensitively respects the scale of […]

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Konsthall Tornedalen

The valley of the Torniojoki River draws the border between Finland and Sweden. In the village of Vitsaniemi, on the Swedish bank, Konsthall Tornedalen, a space for making and exhibiting art and a place for people to gather and come […]

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Frami D

Located in Seinäjoki, Finland, Frami D office building works as an extension for a local technology centre, a hub for innovative companies, start-ups and technology-related educational activities. The spaces of Frami D are designed to be rented out to companies […]

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Kuokkala church

The commission for the Kuokkala Church was won through an invited competition organized in 2006 asking to design a building which could become a focal point of the Kuokkala suburban neighbourhood in Jyväskylä in order to foster the identity of […]

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Klaukkala Church

The Klaukkala Church project is based on the winning entry for an open competition organized by the parish of Nurmijärvi, asking to design a building intended to serve as an identifiable landmark for the sprawling suburb of Klaukkala. The proposal […]

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Kärsämäki Shingle Church

The building of Kärsämäki Church answers the call of the local municipality, which in 1999 asked via open student competition to rebuild the original church of Kärsämäki parish, built in 1765, and later demolished in 1841. With no document witnessing […]

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