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When a building radiates good around it

The K-building, which has been built on THL’s Tilkanmäki campus, will not only improve the operating conditions of forensic medicine and the working conditions of

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Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2022 from Kirsti Sivén & Asko Takala Architects!⁠

We would like to thank our clients, collaborators, and staff for a great year. We are looking forward to an exciting 2022! ⁠

This year we supported OXFAM in their work to alleviate poverty. ⁠

The image is of the K-building laboratory at THL’s Tilkanmäki campus, which was completed this year.
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Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2022 from Kirsti Sivén & Asko Takala Architects!⁠
⁠
We would like to thank our clients, collaborators, and staff for a great year. We are looking forward to an exciting 2022! ⁠
⁠
This year we supported OXFAM in their work to alleviate poverty. ⁠
⁠
The image is of the K-building laboratory at THL’s Tilkanmäki campus, which was completed this year.

Interview with Kirsti Sivén on sauna culture

Kirsti Sivén and Hannu Saintula (chairman of the Finnish Sauna Association) discuss sauna traditions in an article for Heka's website and the Hima magazine 4/2021.

www.hekaoy.fi/fi/hima/ajassa/perinteista-parhain-saunomisen-tavat-muuttuvat-hitaasti

The best tradition: sauna habits are slowly changing.

The sauna has been an important place from one century to the next. In Helsinki, sauna use has gradually shifted from the home's own sauna to shared saunas in apartment buildings.

Article: Pi Mäkilä
Photo: Sami Heiskanen
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Interview with Kirsti Sivén on sauna culture 

Kirsti Sivén and Hannu Saintula (chairman of the Finnish Sauna Association) discuss sauna traditions in an article for Hekas website and the Hima magazine 4/2021.

https://www.hekaoy.fi/fi/hima/ajassa/perinteista-parhain-saunomisen-tavat-muuttuvat-hitaasti

The best tradition: sauna habits are slowly changing.

The sauna has been an important place from one century to the next. In Helsinki, sauna use has gradually shifted from the homes own sauna to shared saunas in apartment buildings.

Article: Pi Mäkilä  
Photo: Sami Heiskanen

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