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    The Kokoon modular living units are now installed at the Museum of Finnish Architecture! The 2016 Wood Program project was built in Otaniemi and assembled in one day on site in the museum courtyard. It will be on view daily until October when it moves to it's next location.
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    The Säie pavilion now has a permanent home! Following it’s showing last summer in Helsinki, the pavilion was disassembled for winter and has now been re-constructed in the main square of Tuusula, just across from the town hall. The work was managed by former Wood Program students who coordinated the construction with students from the Keuda Vocational School in Järvenpää.
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    Three Wood Program projects, Luukku House, Säie Pavilion and World Design Capital Pavilion, will be shown at the Nordic Pavilion of the Venice architecture biennale this summer.   Read more about the “In Therapy” exhibition curated by David Basulto here.
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    An exhibition of the Wood Program opened on June 5th at the A4 Gallery in Tokyo. The show includes models and images of 30 projects completed between 1994 and 2014. It will be on view until August 5th.
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    Construction of the Säie Pavilion is complete! The Pavilion opened May 26th at the at the Museum of Finnish Architecture and will be open for visitors to enjoy all summer.
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    The jury of the 2014 WAN 'Small Spaces' award has commended the Wood Program's Liina Shelter!
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    From houses to pavilions and kiosks, Wood Program projects are designed and built by students using both digital and analog techniques. (Kierre Pavilion 2014)
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    The Wood Program exhibition 'Annual Rings 1994-2014' was shown in Helsinki this fall and will travel this summer to the A4 Gallery for architecture in Tokyo.
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    The Wood Program is both a design-build studio and a full curriculum of coursework focused on the material, technical and architectural capacities of wood. (Kierre Entry 2014)
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    With students from around the world, we work both individually and in groups to carry out the many tasks required to complete a building. (Koe Sauna, 2012)
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    The projects are designed and thoroughly tested in collaboration with the Aalto University School of Engineering and our industry partners. (World Design Capital Pavilion, 2012)
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    The projects are not just concepts – the Wood program works with numerous corporate and public parties to turn them into reality. (Liina Shelter, 2011)