The Turku Market Square Pavilions are featured in the latest Finnish Architectural Review

“The market square is important to the people of Turku – a place for meeting, having a coffee, and buying potatoes and strawberries.”

The pavilions rise like trees from the ground, introducing a warm and welcoming atmosphere on the market square of the city of Turku, Finland. The roofs of the pavilions allude to the individual trees located around the cityscape around the market square. The cores stand with their wooden surfaces identifiable as tree trunks against the light, transparent glazed façades. The simple, yet powerful solution creates recognizable and captivating pavilions, which stand as gathering places welcoming visitors at all hours and in all weather conditions.

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