ARMI Information Center for architecture, construction technology and planning


The ARMI project aims to bring Finnish organizations in architecture, construction technology, and design under one roof in the port area of Katajanokka, Helsinki. The building's entrance facing the plaza is an active part of the urban landscape that changes depending on the exhibits and events hosted by the building. The architectural form of the ARMI center is a compact mass with functional and aesthetic openings. The closed parts of the building are made of light-colored natural stone, while the facade facing the market square is made of laminated glass with surface

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