Finlandia Hall is one of the most important examples of modern architecture in Finland. It was designed by architect Alvar Aalto and built in phases during 1967–71 and 1973–75. Alvar Aalto originally designed the Finlandia Hall as part of his overall plan for Töölönlahti Bay, but only Finlandia Hall was realised. The building was protected by the Building Protection Act in 1993. During 2003–2005, we prepared a building history survey for Finlandia Hall. In connection with the building history survey, an internet database was created, in which comprehensive room and building section specific inventory data for Finlandia Hall was collected.
|Building History Survey|
|Authors:||Minna Lukander, Mari Mannevaara|
|Size:||25 000 m2|