The Library of the Museum of Finnish Architecture is a specialist library open to the general public. Its collections number over 33 000 volumes, primarily consisting of loanable material and including all fields of architecture. Literature dealing with Finnish architecture is in a special Fennica collection now comprising over 9000 volumes. The Library also has an extensive periodicals collection with hundreds of titles.
Besides architecture, the Library holds material concerning urban planning, landscape and garden architecture, pictorial arts and design.
On Friday 6 August 2021 the Library is open 11:00-15:00.
Rakennustaiteen seuran tekemiä arkkitehtihaastatteluita vuodesta 1967 lähtien on tallennettu kirjastoon.Interviews
Special collections include manuscripts, archival material, press cuts and rarities.Library's archival collection
Library has several collections of press clips. The largest collection is from Finnish Association of Architects (1934-1968).
Books from the General Collection can be checked out. Loan period is 30 days. Anyone over 16 years old and resident in Finland (minimum stay 4 months) can check out items with ID-card..
The Library offers help in information search problems related to architecture. Brief searches are free, although eventual copies are charged. Extensive searches (over half an hour) are charged.
Books from the General Collection can be loaned within Finland via local libraries.
Copies are available within the limits of copyright rules. Self-service photocopies cost 0,50 € /A4 or A3.
First 10 pages EUR 11,00 €
Next 10 pages EUR 10,00 €
Deliveries abroad by request.