Finnish Architecture

Haltia surrounds the visitor with a world of tale and myth where both the ancient and current nature of Finland are present. The inspiration for the design has come from the culture of Kalevala. Haltia was designed by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Ltd, with professor Rainer Mahlamäki as the head designer. Haltia is the first public building in Finland built entirely of massive wood elements.
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Haltia Luontokeskus Nuuksio Espoo

Haltia Luontokeskus Nuuksio Espoo

Haltia

The Finnish Nature Centre Haltia – door to the nature of Finland The Finnish Nature Centre Haltia is designed by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Ltd with professor Rainer Mahlamäki as the head designer. The centre opened for the public the

Haltia, Finnish Nature Centre, Espoo, Finland - LAHDELMA & MAHLAMÄKI ARCHITECTS

Haltia, Finnish Nature Centre, Espoo, Finland - LAHDELMA & MAHLAMÄKI ARCHITECTS

Haltia's side terrace. Photo: Paavo Lehtonen

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haltia finland - Google Search

haltia finland - Google Search

Suomen luontokeskus Haltia Ilmakuva: Lentokuva Vallas Oy

Suomen luontokeskus Haltia Ilmakuva: Lentokuva Vallas Oy

Haltia's terrace April 2013. Photo: Tuomas Uola

Haltia's terrace April 2013. Photo: Tuomas Uola

Haltia's sauna in Saivo meeting room. Photo: Voitto Niemelä

Haltia's sauna in Saivo meeting room.

Haltia - The Finnish Nature Centre. Photo: Meri Marttinen

Haltia - The Finnish Nature Centre.

Haltia - The Finnish Nature Centre. Photo: Meri Marttinen

Haltia - The Finnish Nature Centre.

Haltia from the outside. Photo: Paavo Lehtonen

Haltia the Finnish Nature Center

Haltia from below April 2013. Photo: Tuomas Uola

Haltia from below April Photo: Tuomas Uola

Auditorium with the seats in (group work form). Photo: Aura Piha

Auditorium with the seats in (group work form).

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