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Profesional Unions

The Association of Finnish Architects’ Offices (ATL )

ATL is an independent organization monitoring and promoting the interest of the architectural industry. Its mission is to develop architectural services and thus improve the quality of construction and the environment
Runeberginkatu 5 A, 9.k
Helsinki, Finland
+358 9 58444 218
fax: +358 9 176 950
email: toimisto@atl.fi
www.atl.fi

Rakennustieto Building Information Foundation

Runeberginkatu 5, Helsinki,
Finland
+358 207 476 400
fax: +358 207 476 320
rakennustieto@rakennustieto.fi
rts@rakennustieto.fi
bookshop@rakennustieto.fi
www.rakennustieto.fi

Finnish Association of Architects, SAFA

Runeberginkatu 5, Helsinki, Finland
+358 9 5844 48
fax: +356 9 5844 42 22
safa@safa.fi
www.safa.fi

The Union of Estonian Architects

29 Lai St., Tallinn, Estonia
+3 00 372 641 17 37
fax: +3 00 372 641 17 37
ealiit@online.ee
www.arhliit.ee

The St Petersburg Union of Architects

ul. Bolshaya Morskaya 52, St Petersburg,
House of Architects
+7 812 312 04 00

Architects Association of Lithuania

Kalvariju 1, Vilnius, Lithuania
+3705 275 64 83,
+3705 275 59 48
fax: +3705 272 48 25
architektu.sajunga@takas.lt

 

At a conference, taking place in Tallinn on April 21-22, architecture’s turn to nature and data will be explored from political and historical perspectives. Keynote speakers are Matthew Gandy and Douglas Spencer from the UK. The conference is organised by the
Faculty of Architecture, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia in cooperation with the Department of Geography, Cambridge University, UK. The event is open to the public.


The programme for November 30th, the last day of the exhibition for Platforma, the competition organized by Project Baltia, LSR Group, and the New Stage of the Aleksandrinsky Theatre, featured lectures by members of the competition jury. The speakers were architects Jeroen Schipper (Rotterdam), Kimmo Lintula (Helsinki), Ruben Arkelyan (Moscow), and Maurice Nio (Rotterdam). Project Baltia’s correspondent managed to talk to Maurice Nio, an architect who is often called architecture’s artist and poet.