Book a visit to Hack our Habitat exhibition–Designs for a Cooler Planet
There will be a host with you all along the visit who is able to speak Finnish and English. However the exhibition visits are not guided as such, the visitors will independently see the exhibitions. Only the Aalto students and personnel can visit the Otaniemi campus exhibitions without pre-booking.
Please notice! We unfortunately cannot take visitors who have been abroad in the last two weeks prior to the visit.
Visits must be booked in advance. Registration links below. Max 15 people / visit.
Welcome! And don't forget to book a visit to the other Cooler planet exhibitions in other locations.
Mon 21.9. 12.00-12.50
RegisterMon 21.9. 16.00-16.50
Tue 22.9. 12.00-12.50
RegisterTue 22.9. 16.00-16.50
RegisterWed 23.9. 17.00-17.50
Thu 24.9. 17.00-17.50
Fri 25.9 12.00-12.50
Check out the outdoor locations you can visit at Otaniemi, no pre-booking needed:
bio.modules.pavilion is an experimental architecture project. The pavilion is made out of biomaterial that reacts to weather changes. Located at: Alvarinaukio behind the Harald Herlin Learning Center, Otaniementie 9, Espoo. More info: www.biomodulespavilion.com
The Kokoon house. Kokoon is a wooden house that offers a compact solution for temporary accommodation in an urban environment. Located at: Otakaari 5, Espoo. The house is open to visit Mon–Fri at 9-20. More info of Kokoon here.
Book a visit to Designs for a Cooler Planet exhibitions at Väre
According to the current coronavirus guidelines, only the Aalto students and personnel can visit the Otaniemi campus exhibitions without pre-booking.
ONLINE: Designs for a Cooler Planet — online programme
See the virtual event program.
Hack our habitat
Aggressive urbanisation is straining our ecosystem. Rising construction volume causes massive demand for energy-intensive construction materials, and construction already accounts for 39 per cent of the global CO2 emissions.
Designs for a Cooler Planet — Helsinki Design Week 2020
Helsinki Design Week at Otaniemi showcases inspiring future designs related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.