Kiasma, updating and renovation projects

Museum of Contemporary Art, Kiasma (1998), is based on winning competition entry by Steven Holl Architects (1993). Architect Timo Kiukkola worked as a project architect 1993-98, and has since been architect in charge of numerous updating and renovation projects, at B & M from 2009 onwards. The concept of the new design has been to preserve the original unique architecture of the building, yet meeting the needs of the changing museum functions and means of art display at the same time.

Program:
Museum of Contemporary Art

Size:
12 000 m2

Client:
Senaatti Kiinteistöt

Location:
Helsinki, Finland

Collaborators:
Päivi Meuronen, Interior Architect, JKMM Architects

Status:
2009- B & M

Photographer:
Timo Kiukkola

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