Aalto stoa: Students Think Otaniemi Architecture

Fernando Nieto Fernandez (Curator), Saana Rossi (Other)

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formExhibitionArt in coproduction

Abstract

Stoa is the Greek term for a publicly-used outdoor, covered walkway where the public debate took place in ancient Greece. Generally framed by a wall, a roof and an open colonnade, the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto designed several stoas for the Otaniemi campus. Nowadays, when the Aalto University campus is being developed and rapidly transformed, students take an active role and influence the process through their architectural and urban design work. Aalto Stoa is a platform showcasing and placing value on their proposals, as well as enabling an open discussion on the campus development. At Aalto University Students Think Otaniemi Architecture
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 27 Nov 2018
MoE publication typeNot Eligible

Field of art

  • Architecture

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