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  • The main recommendations of the working group of the founding Universities and Ministry of Education.
  • Since the review of the Aalto University campus strategy was initiated in the summer of 2010, over 2,000 people have contributed to the discussions.The Process – facilitated by experts, with new team working methods, providing new insights
  • The three Aalto University campuses are scattered across a large area, some of the unitsbeing in Mikkeli, Lahti, Vaasa, Pori and Kirkkonummi.”Yhteistyöhön perustuva yliopisto ei sijaitse kaupungissa, vaan kaupunki yliopistossa” (A.Ahlava)
  • The three Aalto University campuses are scattered across a large area, some of the unitsbeing in Mikkeli, Lahti, Vaasa, Pori and Kirkkonummi.”Yhteistyöhön perustuva yliopisto ei sijaitse kaupungissa, vaan kaupunki yliopistossa” (A.Ahlava)
  • The Otaniemi campus will be re-thought to stimulate interactions, and to provide better services. All six Schools will be invited to develop world-class facilities. The campus will be designed for business and pleasure, science and culture, work and living – in a sustainable manner.Aiming to be a metropolitan campus: located in Espoo, but also enabling activities in Helsinki. Globally, a unified campus will give us the distinctive profile and critical mass to establish a unique, powerful presence.
  • Technology enabled active learning.Designed for Team-based LearningGroup tables and “Show and Tell” Technology, Polling (audience response system)Performance of physics students taught in TEAL classrooms significantly better than control groupsDori and Belcher, Journal of the Learning Sciences, 14(2), 2004 pg 34
  • Technology enabled active learning.Designed for Team-based LearningGroup tables and “Show and Tell” Technology, Polling (audience response system)Performance of physics students taught in TEAL classrooms significantly better than control groupsDori and Belcher, Journal of the Learning Sciences, 14(2), 2004 pg 34
  • Need for expressive, inspirational space very important, even in the digital worldNew space models creating ‘drop in’ studios and making spaces shared with other Faculties
  • Creating a 21st century learning environment supporting academic and vocational learningExploration of new ways of learning and creation of flexible learning spacesSharing of practice spaces is key issue
  • To promote efficient and interactive use of office space - the renovation of the Lämpömiehenkuja building • To promote interaction, the student union is on the Lämpömiehenkuja ground floor. • To promote health - a new restaurant, built on a concept of healthy, tasty and ecologically sustainable food• To promote interactive learning and co-creation - Aalto Design Factory, • To promote entrepreneurship - Aalto ES and Aalto Venture Garage
  • The three Aalto University campuses are scattered across a large area, some of the unitsbeing in Mikkeli, Lahti, Vaasa, Pori and Kirkkonummi.”Yhteistyöhön perustuva yliopisto ei sijaitse kaupungissa, vaan kaupunki yliopistossa” (A.Ahlava)
  • The three Aalto University campuses are scattered across a large area, some of the unitsbeing in Mikkeli, Lahti, Vaasa, Pori and Kirkkonummi.”Yhteistyöhön perustuva yliopisto ei sijaitse kaupungissa, vaan kaupunki yliopistossa” (A.Ahlava)
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    • 1. 2005
      In the beginning
      there was a bold vision of
      a new type of university.
      Photo by: Jani Laukkanen
    • 2. Aalto University
      - Where Scienceand
      Artmeet Technology
      and Business
      Innovation
    • 3. Unique opportunity
      Investment in future
      Laws governing universities were changed
      Significant increase in resources
      • Direct government funding + 100 MEUR
      • 4. Endowment 200 MEUR + 500 MEUR
      • 5. Estates and other assets 300 MEUR
    • Towards world-class 2020
    • 6. How?
      • Excellence in research and arts.
      • 7. Pioneering education, students in focus.
      • 8. Inspiring innovations by crossing all kinds of borders.
    • Inviting atmosphere and
      passionate spirit.
      National and international impact.
    • 9. The process for evolving our campus vision
    • 10. Recommendations
      “Merged, unified university, operating by a Foundation, external Board appointing President, new structures for research and education, and, in the long-term, operations on as integrated a campus as possible.” - Ministry of Education
      Photo by: Pasi Nikkanen
    • 11. Campus Process
      “Discussing the campus and its development engages the university community in a discussion of its values and future.”
      • Campus questionnaires with over 2,300 responses
      • 12. Four consultative workshops
      • 13. Working groups across the Aalto community
      • 14. Helsinki City Planning Office, Espoo T3 Project
      • 15. Campus visits to Lausanne, Manchester, Munich and Milano
      • 16. Lectures of international expert in Campus design (Andrew Harrison)
      • 17. Surveys for financial considerations of the different campus solutions
      • 18. Aalto Board discussions in December 2010 and January 2011
      • 19. Campus Vision document 2020
      • 20. Workshops and white papers spring 2011
    • The current campuses
      40,000 M2
      About 10 km
      Arabia
      About 7 km
      250,000 M2
      About 6 km
      30,000 M2
      Töölö
      Otaniemi
      Photo fromwww.osku.net
    • 21. The future Aalto
      campus
      A unified campus in the metropolitan area
      Photo fromwww.osku.net
    • 22. Helsinki
      • Continues to grow and redefine itself.
      • 23. The International Capital of Design in 2012, a global cultural hub.
      • 24. New residential and mix-use areas in former docklands of the costal areas.
      Image by: WDC / Kokoro & Moi
    • 25. Rail link
      Rail Link
      In 2014 a rail link will connect Helsinki airport with the downtown.
      Kehärata kuva?
      • 2014 a rail link will connect Helsinki airport with the downtown.
      Image by: Länsimetro
    • 26. Espoo
      • Headquarters of several major companies, including Nokia and Kone.
      • 27. The most significant hub for technology, innovation and entrpreneurship in Europe.
      • 28. Further housing and leisure facilities, as well as better transport links.
      • 29. The “T3” project is driving strengths in research, business and culture.
      Image by: Espoo / Janine Rewell
    • 30. Metro
      • The underground to the Otaniemi campus is scheduled to open 2015.
      Image by: Länsimetro
    • 31. “Airport-Campus”
      Image and design by: Petja Hyttinen
    • 32. Old Helsinki harbor railway campus
      Image and design by: Auvo Lindroos
    • 33. All to Otaniemi
      Kenen kuva
      Image and design by: Hannu Louna
    • 34. The vision for the Aalto University’s shared campus
    • 35. Campus options - analysis
      Potential for synergies and cost
      savings in terms of shared support services
      Potential for synergies and cost
      savings in terms of shared space usage
      Accessibility
      and visibility
      Promotion of inter-disciplinary interaction and learning
      Helsinki Otaniemi
      Elsewhere
      Helsinki & Otaniemi
      Helsinki &Elsewhere
      1
      2
      Long term space costs
      Availability of land and / or buildings
      for expansion or re-planning
      Relocation costs
    • 36. A re-imaginedcampus site in
      Otaniemi
    • 37. Learning landscapes
      are changing
      Masdar Institute of Science and Technology
      Image by: www.masdar.ac.ae
    • 38. Creating opportunities
      for connections
      University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
      Image by: Andrew Harrison, DEGW
    • 39. Rethinking
      learning spaces
      MIT TEAL classrooms
      Image by: www.masdar.ac.ae
      Images by: Andrew Harrison, DEGW
    • 40. Challenges for
      libraries and
      research spaces
      Univ. of Virginia Law School
      Andrew Harrison, DEGW
    • 41. Studio
      based art
      and design
      facilities
      Ontario School of Art and Design in Canada
      Image by: Photo by Taxiarchos228
    • 42. Yale School of Management
      Oxford: Said Business School
      Dixon Jones
      Foster + Partners
      Columbia:
      Business School
      Diller Scofido + Renfro
      Andrew Harrison, DEGW
    • 43. Creation of a vibrant
      mixed-use campus
      that welcomes the
      surrounding
      community
      Dublin Institute of Technology
      Andrew Harrison, DEGW
    • 44. Why
      Otaniemi?
      • By far the biggest of the current campuses
      • 45. Space for new buildings and facilities
      • 46. Opportunity for sustainable development
      • 47. Synergies with other actors in the area
      • 48. Improving connections incl. subway
      • 49. Infrastructure development by the city
      • 50. An international architectural landmark
      • 51. Unique surroundings with nature and sea
      • 52. Concrete embryos of Aalto culture
    • An embryo of
      our future campus
    • 53.
    • 54. The House of Art
      in Otaniemi
      Environmental Art, prof. MarkkuHakuri
      Fine Arts, prof. TeemuMäki
    • 55. 2020
    • 56. Long-term process for realizing our vision
    • 57. What happens next…
      Joint work-shop for all groups
      Counceling the cities and other partners
      Board discusses Campus Vision
      Workshops in Schools
      Project organization
      June
      February
      March
      April
      May
      January
      Information to Aalto University Community
      6 ThemeGroups,
      3 meetingseach
      Time table and cost estimate of the Campus project
      Board meeting,
      Campus decision
      Photo fromwww.osku.net
    • 58.
      • May 23rd, Integrated thematic workshop
      • 59. May 26th, AET, discussion on Campus Vision
      • 60. May 27th, Campus Vision 2, second version ready and submitted to Schools
      • 61. Input of the thematic workshops included
      • 62. May 30th- June 9th, School sessions on Campus Vision 2 and thematic workshop results
      • 63. Organized by the 8 school members of theme groups
      • 64. As large attendance as possible
      • 65. Schools comments on Campus Vision 2
      • 66. June 9th, Schools comments on Campus Vision 2
      • 67. June 10th, AUF Board Meeting, material ready
      • 68. June 17th, AUF Board Meeting
      What happens before June 17th?
    • 69. What happens next…
      Phase I ready
      Constrution competition II
      Construction of phase II
      Construction competition I
      Discussions, decisions, project plans
      2016
      2012
      2013
      2014
      2015
      2011
      Construction continues
      Construction of phase I
      Architect competition II
      Architect competition I
      Photo fromwww.osku.net

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