Kierre Wood Project

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  • Kierre was built by the students of the 2014 Wood Program for the Technology Academy Finland. The wooden structure was an entryway and landmark for the Millennium Prize Pavilion in Central Helsinki. Using CNC cut laminated elements, the project creates a dynamic twist (Kierre in Finnish) emphasizing the lightness and flexibility of the wooden structure and the formal possibilities of plywood construction.

    Architectural Design and Construction:
    Ana Rosa García Olmedo (Spain)
    Andrés Rivadeneyra (Mexico)
    Ayana Naoi (Japan)
    Fahimeh Fotouhi (Iran)
    Ignacio Kaibel (Spain)
    Lorenzo Marconi (Italy)
    M. Emin Şişman (Turkey)
    Margarida Andrade (Portugal)
    Mark-Henri Decrausaz (Australia)
    Minwoo Seo (South Korea)
    Nicolas Pratt (Australia)
    Sylvia De Angelis (Italy)
    Takahiro Minamino (Japan)
    Tuuliki Širokova (Estonia)
    Zhang Shangshang (China)

    Structural Engineering:
    Antti Haapasalmi (Finland)
    Professor Hannu Hirsi (Finland)

    Instructors:
    Philip Tidwell (United States)
    Professor Pekka Heikkinen (Finland)

Wood Project

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kierrepavilion.wordpress.com/

School of Arts, Design and Architecture Architecture / Wood Program 2014
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Masters of Aalto made possible by:

Artek Bionade Design Forum Finland Elisa Svenska Teatern

Environmental awareness plays a significant role in the production of Masters of Aalto.
The event utilises the EcoCompass system of the Helsinki Environment Centre.