Explore innovative learning spaces which form an integral part of the internationally acclaimed Finnish school system.
Helsinki and Espoo, Finland1-2 days
Finland´s successful education system is supported by high quality architecture in schools, day-care centres, universities and public buildings. Their innovative learning spaces are an integral part of the internationally acclaimed Finnish school system. Many of the designs have been selected through architectural competitions. Helsinki and Espoo constitute a growing region with a large number of day-care centre and school construction projects.
A tour can take you to several learning spaces. In addition to visits, you can have the opportunity to meet both the designers and users of some of the schools. While new schools exhibit the current trends in education architecture, older campuses have shown to stand the test of time and meet the needs of today. A good example of the new and old learning spaces is the Aalto University campus, which was originally designed by Alvar Aalto. In recent years new buildings, such as Väre building, have given a new vibe to the area.
Are you interested in visiting schools and educational centres? Contact us, and we will plan a tour tailored for your group.