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Architecture Company Lundén

Lundén Architecture Company. Eero Lundén was born in Turku, Finland in 1982. He founded Helsinki-based Lundén Architecture Company in 2008. The office’s approach is shaped by the experiences of over 60 projects to date. Their projects range from small 15m² experimental pavilions, buildings to 300.000m² master plans. They have a diverse base of clients ranging from public sector parties and institutions to companies and private clients. Their collaborative design approach involves leading experts, architectural offices and consultants from a range of professional fields in different parts of the world: public, private, academic and third sector organizations. The office has also been successful in competitions, most notably the new Tampere Travel and Service Centre and Pieksämäki Hiekanpää School Campus. Other strategic development projects include the new airport concept, AiRRport and the revitalization of Töölönlahti Bay. At Lundén Architecture Company, the internationally diverse team shares one vision – to produce high-quality and innovative solutions.

Eero Lundén earned a Master in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, New York after graduating as an architect from Oulu University. He has taught at several universities in Finland as well as abroad. Since 2015, he has been a teacher in the Urban Renewal Studio at Aalto University. In 2012, Eero, together with Toni Österlund, received the Reima Pietilä Award. Eero is a member of the Royal Society of Arts, UK.In his work as architect, Eero Lundén aims to imagine and create the future of built environments, from building technology to the relationship between cities, people, and society.



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