ZHANG KE
(13.9.2017 - 19.11.2017)

The winner of the 2017 Alvar Aalto Medal is Chinese architect Zhang Ke. His office ZAO/ standardarchitecture is one of China’s leading producers of contemporary architecture. By combining landscape elements in his work, Ke is able to subtly create harmonious relationships between surrounding terrain and architecture. read more »

ALVAR AALTO MEDAL 50TH ANNIVERSARY
(12.9.2017 - 25.2.2018)

The Museum of Finnish Architecture’s main autumn exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary and the winners of the international architecture prize bearing Alvar Aalto’s name. Over the past 50 years, the Alvar Aalto Medal has been awarded to accomplished architects from 10 countries, and in 2017, handed over for the 13th time. read more »

DECADES OF FINNISH ARCHITECTURE 1900–1970
(27.3.2010 - 31.12.2020)

The exhibition takes its visitors on a journey into the Finnish architecture of the 20th century. Different features, technical solutions, materials and interior design are followed from decade to decade; from National Romanticism to Classicism and Functionalism, through the Modernism that created the country’s international reputation to the architecture of the 1970's. read more »

 
50 YEARS OF ALVAR AALTO MEDAL
(September 13th – February 25th 2018)

The Museum of Finnish Architecture’s main autumn exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary and the winners of the international architecture prize bearing Alvar Aalto’s name. Over the past 50 years, the Alvar Aalto Medal has been awarded to accomplished architects from 10 countries, and in 2017, handed over for the 13th time.
 
ZHANG KE
(September 13th 2017– November 19th 2017)

The winner of the 2017 Alvar Aalto Medal is Chinese architect Zhang Ke (born 1970). His office ZAO/ standardarchitecture is one of China’s leading producers of contemporary architecture. In his work, Ke prefers to use local building materials and techniques, while he favours recycling over demolishing. By combining landscape elements in his work, Ke is able to subtly create harmonious relationships between surrounding terrain and architecture.