Finnish Architectural Review 2/2011 features ASA-huset

“The ASA factory building has retained its identity well. Few new openings have been made in the existing exterior walls. The new use and architecture are revealed in the semi-open courtyard. Adjoining the new entrance an airy, light-flooded hall has been built providing access to other parts of the building: the library, auditorium and work facilities. The systematic and efficient, almost oppressive spatial organisation has gained a fresh new look by the addition of the new entrance.” Extract from Olli-Paavo Koponen’s review
Photos: Vesa Loikas

Published in 2/2011- Modern Restoration