Exhibition

Temporary Exhibition (Exhibition Rooms 1-3)

Chair≪41 Armchair Paimio≫
Alvar Aalto
1931-32
Artek
Private collection
©Artek

100th Anniversary of Finland’s Independence, Finnish Design 2017

April 7 – May 28, 2017

Finland is known as the “Land of Forests and Lakes.” And Finnish designers have created many products based on the theme of “a harmony between nature and people.” As with well-known examples such as Kaj Franck’s dishes and Alvar Aalto’s chairs, Finnish design is simple, functional, and imbued with a playful spirit. Despite changing times, it never becomes obsolete, and today, there is a new generation of Finnish designers working to create new things. This exhibition, made up of approximately 700 works, provides a comprehensive introduction to Finnish design. Visitors can look forward to enjoying this rich tradition through a variety of furniture, tablewares, and textiles.



APMoA Project, ARCH vol. 21 Mizue Mirai

Hours <Open> Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: 10:00-18:00, Friday:10:00-20:00
<Closed>Monday
Admission Fee
Temporary Exhibition Adults: \1,200 (1,000)
University Students and High School Students: \ 900 (700)
Junior High School Students and under: Free
* ( ) Inside is 20 or more persons' group reduction charge.