8.1.2018

A new co-living housing block is coming to Helsinki!

In cooperation with A-Kruunu, Talli has developed an rental block of flats for communal living in Helsinki. Construction will start this year.
Read more here! (only in Finnish)


14.12.2017

Merry christmas!

Talli wishes a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

8.12.2017

Green Block of flats wins the Rakentamisen Ruusu award 2017

We are excited to announce that our green housing block won the City Plannig Award "Rakentaminen Ruusu 2017"
Thanks to everybody involved!
Link to information leaflet.

5.12.2017

"Rakentamisen Ruusu" City Planning Award Nomination for the Greenest Block

Nominations for "meeting exceptionally challenging goals" in city planning. The winner to be announced on December 8th.

8.11.2017

Pia Ilonen Lecturing in Vienna

Among many other interesting speakers, Pia Ilonen will hold a lecture on experimental housing projects in Helsinki today at the "Self-Build Meets Municipal Housing Symposium" in Vienna, Austria. 
Stop by and get inspired - admission is free!”

26.10.2017

KAAPELI 25, the Anniversary Book of Helsinki Cable Factory Has Been Published!

The book brings together memories of the past and visions of the future of some of the key people in the cultural centre's history. Get your copy today and find out more about Talli partner Pia Ilonen’s involvement throughout all these years.

The book has been published in English, Finnish and Swedish and can be ordered online!

20.9.2017

The Greenest Block of Flats Almost Finished in Jätkäsaari

Right-of-occupancy and rental flats with rooftop community gardens. Greenhouses, vegetable planters and rooftop orchards  are made available for the inhabitants in this forward-thinking project that is one of Talli Architects fondest concepts. Creepers on the trellises and ever-greens sprouting from the planters on each balcony will in time join up to form green facades. 

 

17.8.2017

The Architectural Character of the Dance House Helsinki Has Been Chosen!

Almost intangible, the rust-like appearance of the Corten steel façade makes the building appear like a kite, physically floating in the air, while the polished aluminium façade reflects the surroundings and allows the Dance House to blend in with its built environment.
Stepping closer, the building turns into a machine: industrial, grounded and highly functional. The design creates a symbiosis between the existing Cable Factory and its new Dance House extension.

The project is a collaboration of Talli and JKMM Architects and is set to be completed in 2020.

11.8.2017

Jallukka Musicians Play for Artgoeskapakka on 24 August

Artgoeskapakka at Bar Malaga. Read more here.

7.8.2017

DAHEIM / At Home - Building and Living in Communities

Exhibition moving on to Belgium. Read more here.

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