Architecture for Common Good

The international architecture conference Architecture for Common Good brings together decision-makers, experts and influencers of the built environment. The keynotes and debates explore architecture’s potential to create common good by combining cultural, social, economical, environmental and technical perspectives to the built environment.

The event is organised by the Finnish Association of Architects (SAFA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland and Archinfo Finland. The event is part of the Finnish EU presidency programme and supports the recently launched programme work for a new architectural policy in Finland.

The conference venue, Bio Rex, is situated in the Functionalistic style gem, the Lasipalatsi building (1936) in the heart of Helsinki. The building is now home to the award-winning Amos Rex Art Museum (JKMM Architects 2018). 

12 November 2019
Bio Rex
Mannerheimintie 22–24
00100 Helsinki, Finland
SAFA / Finnish Association of Architects