Tag Archives: Kalasatama

We Should Learn from the Openness of Kalasatama Temporary

By: Jarkko Kurronen The old harbor of Sörnäinen looked like a massive parking lot with a stark industrial backdrop. There were graffitis, spray cans, containers, construction fences, wooden pallets etc. in a disorder, giving an impression of decadence and abandonment. … Continue reading

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Kalasatama Temporary: Helsinki United

By: Tara P Panthi Kalasatama Temporary came to existence in 2010 when the city of Helsinki removed the harbor operations from Kalasatama. This beautiful and centrally located peninsula real estate is going to develop into a residential and business district … Continue reading

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KALASATAMA TEMPORARY: AN EXPRESSION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

By: Nathaly Guzmán Figueroa Kalasatama Temporary is one of the most ambitious urban planning projects in the city of Helsinki. An area under construction has been opened up to different cultural activities that have attracted thousands of citizens. The construction … Continue reading

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A Lesson learned from ‘Kalasatama’

By: Byoungkuk Na There are a lot of space existing around the world which are temporary not being used by anyone. Those space are not being used at this moment for several reasons such as environmental problem. Our society will … Continue reading

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Temporary yet permanent: ‘Kalasatama Temporary’, a project that will live on

By: Aajwanthi Baradwaj Kalasatama, an abandoned yard that used to be an important cargo port, is located in a very central and accessible area in Helsinki. This large empty plot is close to the metro station and near the shore. … Continue reading

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