Triple O Studio | Guggenheim Helsinki
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About This Project

The Architecture of the Guggenheim, Helsinki would be a combination of a solid functional Core and a more poetic Lattice to exhibit global and native art.

The building would engage with the people of Helsinki through “Art Modules”, that would go out into the city as just timber clad shipping containers and come back as repositories of local art. These modules would fit into a Lattice, exemplifying a unique urban response to art and architecture.

Our proposal was one of the 50 handpicked by ArchDaily as the most interesting proposals.

Guggenheim Helsinki has been featured on Descroll, Label Magazine and ArchDaily.

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*Featured*, Architecture