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Visit music-oriented Jousenkaari school virtually


Get to know Jousenkaari School in Tapiola, Espoo. This music-oriented primary school for 480 pupils was completed in 2022. The class rooms, located in pairs, can be opened and combined.

Competition win, Valkeavuori campus in Kaarina


New Valkeavuori campus project starts in city of Kaarina. Jaakkola Architects has won the competition to design the new premises, constructed by NCC.

Kampinhuippu meeting space and office summer vacation


Get to know Kampinhuippu and Kampinmäki and their top floor meeting space and sauna. Jaakkola Architects are on summer vacation in July and will be back in business in August.

New premises for Duodecim


The premises for Duodecim Medical Society in Kamppi, Helsinki, were renovated and refurbished in the spirit of the Art Nouveau building.

Mercuria Helppi helps students


Mercuria Helppi is the student help center for Mercuria business college in Martinlaakso, Vantaa. Drawing inspiration from Mercuria's brand colours, it helps students with study related issues.

FinnArc has been published!


Finnish architecture publication FinnArc has now been published both in digital and in print form. Read the digital version here!

Summer job at Jaakkola Architects


One of Jaakkola Architects' goals is to hire summer employees each year to assist permanent designers and to learn alongside the work. Summer employees Venla and Ilona introduce themselves.

Vaisala Product development moves under same roof


Vaisala's new product development and innovation center gathers the company's previously separate product development and innovation premises under one roof.

Competition victory, housing in Kilterinmäki


We have won in two invitational architecture competitions to design housing buildings in Vantaa, Kilterinmäki area. There are four housing buildings in the works for the Kilterinkuja block.

Aava Tapiola and Pikkujätti have opened up!


The powerfully memorable premises are well thought-out and classically elegant. Premises in Pikkujätti are also cheerfully playful. Visit Aava and Pikkujätti virtually through video.