Easton Commercial Centre, Helsinki, Finland
Easton offers 30,000 m2 of commercial floor space which is set to bring 40 businesses into the area, with the emphasis being put on healthy foods and creating an everyday social atmosphere around this. The more varied commercial activities situated around the food focus on the everyday needs of locals. At the same time lobbies, child play parks and ‘recharge’ areas look to create a social buzz around the centre.
Tikkurila Commercial and Travel Centre, Vantaa, Finland
LEED Platinum 2015. The first phase of the Tikkurila Commercial Centre covers over 30 000 m² of the total area of 55 000 m², including offices, a train station, bus terminal, shopping center and parking-hall for 500 cars. The first phase was completed in January 2015.
The design of the 2nd phase of 16,000 m² was launched in February 2014, and the construction started in May, 2015.
Topping out ceremony was held in October, 2016. The second phase will be completed in summer 2017.
Derby Business Park, Espoo, Finland
Years of Completion 2012 – 2013
Extent Floor area 20 100 m², Gross area 24 200 + 13 400 m², Volume 86 600 + 47 600 m³
LEED Platinum 2013
Wooden Boat Centre, Kotka, Finland
The facilities of the Wooden Boat Centre in Kotka are designed to maintain and restore classic wooden yachts up to 12mR class. The building is open for the public and its 'open' layout will bring renewed interest into saving and restoring classic wooden yachts.
Office Building for Finland Post Corporation, Helsinki, Finland
Upon the decision of Finland Post Corporation to gather all main office and administrative services in Pasila region in Helsinki, an extension to the existing post handling and office building was commissioned. The aim of the new design was to achieve both a modern and timeless image, and a high-standard functional and variable office environment.
Skanska Ltd. Headquarters, Helsinki, Finland
The office block gathers all functions of a large Nordic construction company Skanska of Finland under the same roof. The small building lot located in the Northern part of the Helsinki city centre area in Pikku-Huopalahti plays a significant role in the townscape. By using clear structural forms and the contrast between the glass and the black concrete the large mass of the building has been divided into smaller elements, thus creating a variety of different kind of working spaces.