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Time: 5:30 PM, Thursday, March 14, 2019
Location: McEwen School of Architecture | Lecture Hall | 85 Elm Street | Sudbury
McEwen School presents Ville Hara (Avanto Architects, Helsinki)
Avanto Architects is a Helsinki based architecture agency founded in 2004.
Avanto means “hole in the ice” and refers to the popular Finnish hobby of winter bathing. We want that our architecture is a powerful experience just like jumping to ice cold water.
With our high quality architecture design, we have helped our clients create success stories and reach their goals in branding, visibility and even economically. Architecture by Avanto makes a difference. With partners from different disciplines worldwide, we create new type of places where design, sustainability and personal experience are the key elements.
Awarded with over twenty international prizes and with significant global press coverage, Avanto is one of the most prominent Finnish architecture offices.
Ville is the other founder of Avanto Architects Ltd and studied at Ecole d'Architecture Paris-Belleville and Aalto University where he graduated as Master of Science in 2002. Ville is creative person that develops concepts out of the box like his winning entry in Wood Studio student competition, the lookout tower Kupla, that became his diploma project as well. On the other side he is very precise and requires high accuracy in the design.
This lecture qualifies for 2 ConEd structured learning hours.