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The university frees up capital for university’s research, teaching, digitalization and campus development.
The route for pedestrians and cyclists will be moved during the first week of June.
Aalto CRE will start a pilot for collecting and recycling plastic packaging waste in three of Aalto University’s properties.
The construction is prepared by tree felling in May.
The winning proposal creates a zone of silence from the busy staircase.
The theme of the collection is Human Approach, and it follows the percent for art principle.
The parking lots surrounding the startup hub A Grid will become subject to a charge from 14 June 2019.
The iconic building in Töölö will be renewed and renamed.
New artwork will be located in the newest building on campus.
How Aalto University’s campus became the hottest startup hub in the Helsinki region.
During the autumn of 2018, the use of the application was facilitated by adding several new functionalities and identification was enabled for different user groups.
The application period runs until 22 March 2019.
New buildings and services, more residents and plenty of green. The outlines for the next stage of development at the campus are already being drawn on the map.
An excellent learning and research environment will strengthen the international significance of the School of Business.
Aalto University is the first university in Finland to commit to the principle of the art percent.
The architecture in Otaniemi pays homage to the legacy Alvar Aalto, Raili & Reima Pietilä and Heikki & Kaija Siren. The campus is emerging as a completely new and open place for study, work, living and leisure.
Over the centuries, Otaniemi has lived through the times of a village community, mansions, and a student village. We asked an alumnus, a student and a business how they see Otaniemi today.
School of Arts, Design and Architecture and the School of Business move to their new and modern facilities.
Otaniemi and the Aalto University campus are set to undergo rapid change, with plenty of new development in the works. At the same time, the character of the urban areas will be transformed into an inviting oasis of outdoor environments and verdant spaces.
In just over 4 months since the opening, shopping center A Bloc has welcomed 2 million visitors.