A tour to Alvar Aalto´s works, both private and public, with visits to the finest interiors, is a must have!
Architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) grew up from a boy who built elaborate snow castles under imperial Russian rule, to be the head designer for the new republic. A one-day tour can take you to see some of his masterworks, with visits inside. At the same time you are taken to follow his development as an architect and person. The Finlandia Hall is an example of Aalto’s monumental side, while the National Pensions Building and the House of Culture for the Communist Party reveal his socially broad-minded attitude. Aalto’s cosy studio brings to life the numerous anecdotes about him.
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