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Kaisamari Hintikka was ordained as a bishop on 10 February at the Espoo Cathedral wearing elegant and modern bishop’s clothing.
The next ceremonial conferment of Doctoral and Master's degrees in Arts, Design and Architecture at Aalto University
Aalto University is the first university in Finland to commit to the principle of the art percent.
Artistic research does not provide ready-made answers, but instead raises important questions. Artist researchers are currently interested in global topics such as climate change and migration.
In the Annual Review of the school altogether eleven prizes were awarded.
‘Refashioning the Renaissance’, researching and experimenting fashion techniques from the s16th century
History of fashion project funded by ERC, Refashioning the Renaissance, international fashion and textile research group based in Aalto University, has been working for two years combining traditional historical research with experimentation on objects, materials and techniques from the 16th Century.
Aalto's newly tenured professors reveal the secrets of fire safety engineering and resilient architecture, among other things.
Aalto University MA students Jinghua Zeng and Niko Mankinen designed Team Finland's platter for Bocuse d’Or, an international gastronomic competition.
Seppälä examines urban metabolism through a scenario method.
For the past 4 years, Ääniaalto, an audiovisual festival led by students, has been growing from an office floor meetup to a full scale, one month lasting festival in one of the most culturally central areas of Helsinki.
Celebrating inventiveness, curiosity and a willingness to fail, Finland will present its exhibition Everyday Experiments at the 22nd Milan Triennale from 1 March to 1 September this year.
Fashion students Henna Lampinen and Tuuli-Tytti Koivula won the first and second prize in Copenhagen last night with their BA collections.
Event among five cultural export projects funded by Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture.
For Professor Harri Laakso, a photograph is much more than what the eyes can see on a wall or on a screen.
The Professor of urban design practices calls for more flexible building stock and high quality built environments.
Water resources are limited and vulnerable in many places in the world. Design students and water researchers joined forces to visualise sustainable water solutions in the Fragile Water exhibition.
School of Arts, Design and Architecture and the School of Business move to their new and modern facilities.
Antti Oulasvirta’s work at Aalto University combines art, design, psychology and artificial intelligence—for entirely new ways of studying human-machine interaction.
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.
Artists have for long been quick to experiment, use and misuse new technologies--but does AI mean the end of human-made art?