Picks from the top of fresh Finnish architecture have been displayed in biennial exhibitions and accompanying books from 2002 on. The works span the diverse fields of architecture and vary in size from small structures to whole areas. The latest reviews provide a window onto Finnish architecture through various media channels, generating dialogue around the projects presented. Targeted at an international audience, the reviews raise the international profile and export appeal of contemporary Finnish architecture.
The exhibitions are first shown at the Museum of Finnish Architecture in Helsinki and then toured internationally. The presentations are often coupled with lectures, discussions and seminars. The books, printed in English, present the selected works and contain views of Finnish and foreign writers on contemporary Finnish architecture plus a calendar of events. They are sold in connection with the exhibition and in bookshops. The online display of the selected projects is available to all.
A jury of experts is appointed for each review to select the works to be displayed. Thus each review is a joint statement of the members of the jury. Proposals are welcomed from architects as well as others interested in architecture. The jury's work is based on the submitted proposals but it may select other works, too.
Shown at the Museum of Finnish Architecture from June 13th to September 16th 2018.

 In the a selection of recent Finnish architecture from 2015 to 2017 various viewpoints are brought up in the form of an upcoming exhibition and a book, on the web and in discussions. The exhibition will be adaptable to different venues of various sizes.
The exhibition will be shown at the Museum of Finnish Architecture starting from June 2018.
The biennial reviews are organised by the Museum of Finnish Architecture, the Alvar Aalto Foundation and the Finnish Association of Architects SAFA.