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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.
Students from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences will run pop-up eateries on the Otaniemi campus for a couple of weeks.
Conflicts are solved by talking—but how do we get to the discussion table and what else can we do? Three researchers share their thoughts on designing peace in a complicated world.
To mark the school’s upcoming move to Otaniemi, the City of Espoo has renamed the street leg Ekonominaukio, which translates to the square of business school graduates.
Collection was published with “Global Equality” as its art concept.
New restaurants, cafes, shops and other services transform Otaniemi’s service offering.
Väre gathers all departments of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture under one roof.
The new building will be complete before Christmas, and the School of Business will move in soon after, in early 2019.
We want to thank everyone who participated in making it happen. See you all next year!
The winning entry of the student art competition is bold and layered.
The art of Väre and the School of Business reflects the multidisciplinary approach.
An open space plan designed by an award-winning landscape architecture firm would introduce more nature and housing to the Otaniemi campus.
Aalto University announced two public art competitions: an invited art competition for two cluster spaces inside Väre and for a student art work competition for a wall outside the Väre building.
The School as a Service concept developed by Aalto and Espoo is a working example of a new type of service architecture of built environment.