Architecture / Tampere & Pirkanmaa

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~The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural installation designed and built for the 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. The pavilion is the product of a collaboration between LEAD and EDGE Laboratory for Architectural and Urban Research (Tampere University of Technology, Finland) and builds up on expertise from a first prototype constructed during our workshop "IWS 17 - Material Design & Digital Fabrication".

~The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural installation designed and built for the 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. The pavilion is the product of a collaboration between LEAD and EDGE Laboratory for Architectural and Urban Research (Tampere University of Technology, Finland) and builds up on expertise from a first prototype constructed during our workshop "IWS 17 - Material Design & Digital Fabrication".

abandoned factory at Tampere, Finland.  January 2010.

abandoned factory at Tampere, Finland. January 2010.

Kaleva Church, Tampere - Finland

Kaleva Church, Tampere - Finland

The Central Square of Tampere, Finland

The Central Square of Tampere, Finland

Colorful church in Finland

Colorful church in Finland

www.santatelevision.com - Tampere city Center in Finland

www.santatelevision.com - Tampere city Center in Finland

Old factories  On the left, Finlayson factory, on the right Tampella.  Finlayson was a textile factory, luckily there are still Finlayson textiles, and factory store in Tampere... but factory itself is in another use nowadays. (Museums, cafes, restaurants, etc)    Tampella was linen factory, and also mainly they produced iron and steel machines etc..  Nowadays factory buildings are mostly in museum use.

Old factories On the left, Finlayson factory, on the right Tampella. Finlayson was a textile factory, luckily there are still Finlayson textiles, and factory store in Tampere... but factory itself is in another use nowadays. (Museums, cafes, restaurants, etc) Tampella was linen factory, and also mainly they produced iron and steel machines etc.. Nowadays factory buildings are mostly in museum use.

Reima Pietilä > Kaleva Church

Reima Pietilä > Kaleva Church

Reima Pietilä > Kaleva Church

Reima Pietilä > Kaleva Church

Tampere University of Technology

Tampere University of Technology

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