The first exhibition of Birger Kaipiainen’s unique works in over 20 years, Aesthete Extraordinaire / Birger Kaipiainen’s ceramic fantasies, has opened at EMMA, Espoo Museum of Modern Art. Exhibition curator docent Harri Kalha believes that Kaipiainen’s Paratiisi (Paradise) collection and The Night of the Skylarks wallpaper were paramount to the international triumph of Finnish modern design.
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Finnish Live Music Association Elmu throws an open-air festival in Alppipuisto park Friday 20 July. Take your guitar with you and experience the first ever guitar karaoke!
At a walking distance from the Finnish science center Heureka there’s a traveler treat called restaurant Mummola (in English: grandmother’s place). The 400 meter long walk from Tikkurila’s train station is carefree – you only need to walk straight and make one right turn. While climbing up the stairs that take you to the restaurant, [...]
The Finnish food culture and Karelian culture heritage meet at the 30-year-old restaurant Konstan Möljä!
Located in the Hietalahti area, restaurant Konstan Möljä has got its name from a former word for pier. According to the owner of Konstan Möljä the word is based on a Latin word for pier. Already for centuries, piers have been places to where people have arrived and from where people have left- a natural [...]