Lusto - Finnish Forest Museum, Punkaharju

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Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finnish Words, Helsinki, Finland, Canopy, Architects, Centre, Sketches, Museum, How To Plan

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finnish Words, Helsinki, Museums, Finland, Galleries, Architects, Centre, Sculpture, Spaces

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finland, Architects, Centre, Museum, Traditional, Building, Furniture, Home Decor, Homemade Home Decor

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Helsinki, Finland, Architects, Centre, Museum, Traditional, Building, Outdoor Decor, Home Decor

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Helsinki, Finland, Architects, Centre, Museum, Ceiling Lights, Display, Traditional, Building

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Lappland, Uses Of Wood, Mother Art, Steel Structure, Concrete Wall, Light Shades, Skylight, Contemporary Architecture, Steel Frame

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Birches, Helsinki, Homeland, Seas, Museums, Finland, Galleries, Architects, Centre

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Lappland, Contemporary Architecture, Contemporary Design, Architecture Design, Uses Of Wood, Steel Structure, Go Green, Helsinki, Steel Frame

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Marimekko, Helsinki, Museums, Finland, Galleries, Architects, Centre, Restaurant, Sculpture

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finland, Architects, Blinds, Centre, Museum, Traditional, Building, Home Decor, Sunroom Blinds

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finland, Architects, Centre, Stairs, Museum, Traditional, Building, Home Decor, Ladders

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Uses Of Wood, Wood Oil, Banisters, Exhibition Space, Steel Structure, Concrete Wall, Helsinki, Contemporary Architecture, Steel Frame

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Finland, Architects, Centre, Multi Story Building, Museum, Outdoor Decor, Building Homes, Museums, Architecture

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

Lusto is a national museum and science centre in Punkaharju focusing on Finnish forest culture. Lusto is open through out the year! National Museum, Helsinki, Architecture, Norway, Trip Advisor, Centre, Traditional, Mansions, House Styles

Finnish Forest Museum and Information Centre Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland - Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

The Finnish word 'lusto' - a tree's annual growth ring - symbolises growth as well as reflects the round shape of the building and the layered nature of its structure. The museum was established to present not only traditional forestry but also other forms of forest use and traditions - to present silviculture as a whole.

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