Plan for Guggenheim Helsinki moves forward

City of Helsinki receives the concept and development study for a potential Guggenheim museum in Helsinki. Report proposes location, purpose, financing and governance of a museum and recommends moving forward with an architectural competition. Helsinki, Finland – A new Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki would make a...

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Ryijy Rug!

Event details: Ryijy Rug! Description Ryijy Rug! 5.6.2009 - 27.9.2009 Location: Design Museum, Helsinki The ryijy rug is an integral part of Finnish identity. Originally a long-piled substitute for furs used as covers in boats and sleighs, it has become a beloved art textile enhancing the special events and everyday...

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Nordic Museum architects selected

Nordic Museum architects selected: "The Nordic Heritage" Located in Ballard, Seattle, USA, the [Nordic Heritage](https://www.nordicmuseum.org/) is the only museum in the U.S. dedicated to preserving the history of the five Nordic countries: Denmark; Finland; Iceland; Norway; and Sweden. With a rich history in Ballard, the museum was...

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Scandinavian Design beyond the Myth

The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design of Norway Scandinavian Design beyond the Myth, Exhibition, 07.11.2003—14.05.2006. From website of The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design of Norway: Despite the mock funeral service held in 1980 for the term Scandinavian design by a group of Oslo...

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Uzi Varon in Caisa centre

4.1. - 26.1. �Double Exposure� Uzi Varon photographs (Finland/Israel), exhibition in Caisa centre, Helsinki. Caisa is the International Cultural Centre in the heart of Helsinki (Mikonkatu 17 C). Its aim is to support the multicultural development of the city by promoting the interaction of people from different...

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Trapholt

Trapholt museum Trapholt is one of the largest and most popular museums in Denmark outside of Copenhagen. Opened in 1988, Trapholt is situated in beautiful natural surroundings, with a view out over Kolding Fjord. The museum is easily accessible for disabled people, and children are welcome....

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