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Helsinki collab

  1. 1. HELSINKIARCHITECTURE
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  3. 3. HELSINKIARCHITECTURE
  4. 4. N / CNEOCLASSICAL F / TFUNCTIONALISM A / NART NOUVEAU
  5. 5. N / CNEOCLASSICAL F / TFUNCTIONALISM A / NART NOUVEAU
  6. 6. N / C NEOCLASSICALNeoclassicism is the name given to Western movementsin the decorative and visual arts, literature, theatre, music,and architecture that draw inspiration from the "classical"art and culture of Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome. It is arevival of the styles and spirit of classic antiquity inspireddirectly from the classical period, which coincided andreflected the developments in philosophy and other areasof the Age of Enlightenment, and was initially a reactionagainst the excesses of the preceding Rococo style. LIST VIEW
  7. 7. N / C HELSINKI CATHEDRAL SENATE SQUAREUNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI
  8. 8. F / T FUNCTIONALISMFunctionalism, in architecture, is the principle that architectsshould design a building based on the purpose of that build-ing. This statement is less self-evident than it first appears,and is a matter of confusion and controversy within theprofession, particularly in regard to modern architecture. LIST VIEW
  9. 9. F / THELSINKI OLYMPICS STADIUM GLASS PALACE FINLANDIA HALL
  10. 10. A / N ART NOUVEAUDuring the late 1800s, many European artists, graphicdesigners, and architects rebelled against formal, classi-cal approaches to design. They believed that the greatestbeauty could be found in nature. Art Nouveau (French for“New Style”) was popularized by the famous Maison de l’ArtNouveau, a Paris art gallery operated by Siegfried Bing. ArtNouveau art and architecture flourished in major Europeancities between 1890 and 1914. LIST VIEW
  11. 11. A / NNATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINLAND CENTRAL RAILWAY STATIONTHE PEARL OF KRUUNUNHAKA
  12. 12. N / A CA // NN F N / / T C N / F C / A T / N F / T
  13. 13. N / A CA // NN F N / / T C N / F C / A T / N F / T
  14. 14. N / A CA // NN HELSINKI CATHEDRAL When Helsinki became the capital of Finland in 1812, F Helsinki’s centre was established around the Senate N / Square. Architects C.L. Engel and A. Ehrenström, who NEOCLASSICAL / adapted the grand Empire style T architecture of St. C Petersburg, designed all the buildings surrounding the Senate Square including the Helsinki Cathedral. The cathedral was completed in 1852. Unioninkatu 29 FI-00121 Helsinki • 9am-6pm • +358 (0)9 2340 6120 N / F C / A T / N F / GET DIRECTIONS T
  15. 15. N / A CA // NN F N / HELSINKI CATHEDRAL / T C N / F C / A T / N F / T
  16. 16. PORKALAGATAN GRASBIKSGATAN ERIKSGATAN KALEVANKATU HERE YOU ARE BULEVARDE LAPINNINNE KORKEAVUORENKATU N GATA AVS NH IKU JA TTE KK BOMECHELININKATU SO RU TU UJA NKA TAK RE AN ME S KA SE L

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