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Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects
2012 Habitare Ahead! 2012 exhibition architecture.

2011- KWIECO Shelter House, Moshi, Tanzania. Ongoing project.

2011 Newly Drawn at Shenzhen Hong Kong Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism.

2010 Nordic Models + Common Ground, exhibition in The Scandinavia House, New York.

2010 Building Blocks, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden.

2010- APE Learning Centre in Cairo, Egypt.

2009 Chair bar project at the Habitare-fair. Remake a recycled chair.

2007-09 TunaHAKI Centre, Moshi, Tanzania.
  A project including dormitories for boys and girls, a vocational centre, a kitchen and dining hall,
a farm, a garden, and a theatre for acrobatics, dance, drama, and music.
Non-built project. (Hollmén Reuter Sandman Architects and Armstrong+Cohen Architecture).
The first design stage has been exhibited at University of Florida in 2008.

2002-04 Invited member of architects/artist team HOLLMEN REUTER SANDMAN Architects and Robert Barry at The Snow Show international art and architecture event in Rovaniemi, Finland.
Project exhibited at the Rovaniemi Art Museum, the 50th Art Biennale in Venice,
The Scandinavia House in New York and at NAI, Netherlands Architecture Institute.

2001 Women’s centre in Rufisque, Senegal.
Architectural planning, fund-raising, social and administrative work, information.
 
Exhibitions
2008 University of Tasmania, School of Architecture, Launceston, Australia
2008 Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia
2007 University of Florida
2007 The University of Sydney, Australia
2007 The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2006 Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
2006 Polytechnic University of Hong Kong
2006 Chinese University of Hong Kong
2005 UIA Istanbul Congress
2005 Museum of Architecture, Ljubljana
2005 Centre d’architecture, Bordeaux.
2004 Zagreb Architects Society
2004 World Urban Forum, UN Habitat in Barcelona
2004 UWI gallery Unije, Croatia
2002 Oulu Regional Central Library. Presentation of the Women’s Centre project as part of an exhibition by the Museum of Finnish Architecture
2003 Dublin, RIAI
2003 Museum of Finnish Architecture
2002 Venice Architectural Biennale
2002 Jigeen yi m’booloo. Publication in 5 languages about the Women’s Centre
. 128 pages
Prizes and awards
2004 Finnish representative at the international conference “Young European Architects”, Rotterdam
2003 Bauwelt Prize for the Women’s Centre in Senegal
2003 Special commendation in Young Architect of the Year Award 2003, Corus and Building Design
2002 Pietilä Award, Building Information Foundation RTS, Finland
2002 Highly commended for the ar+d award. Emerging Architect competition organised by
Architectural Review and d-line
Selected lectures
2011 Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
2011 Association of Hungarian Architects, Budapest, Hungary
2011 Kiinteistö- ja rakentamisfoorumi, Finlandia-Hall, Helsinki
2008 ArchiForum, University of Tasmania, School of Architecture, Launceston, Australia
2008 Design Island Forum, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
2007 The Official College of Architects of Canary Islands, Santa Cruz, Tenerife
2007 University of Florida
2007 The University of Sydney, Australia
2007 The University of Sydney, Australia
2007 The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2006 Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
2006 Polytechnic University of Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong
2005 UIA Istanbul Congress
2005 University of Architecture, Florence
2005 Museum of Architecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2004 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture
2004 Chinese University of Hong Kong
2004 UWI, Unije, Croatia
2003 Washington University in St Louis
2003 RIBA, Royal Institute of British Architects, London
2003 Norsk Form, Oslo
2001-2006 Helsinki University of Technology
Selected publications
2010 Form, 3/2010
2010 Ekologik, 13/2010
2009 Abitare la Terra, 25/ 2009
2007 Arkitektur 2. 07
2006 Design Like You Give a Damn, Architectural Responses to Humanitarian Crises, Architecture for Humanity
2005 London Times
2005 The Snow Show. Thames and Hudson
2005 Abitare la Terra issue nr 8
2005 Lotus International 122
2004 Helsingin Sanomat 15 February 2004
2004 Form Function Finland 01.03
2004 The Snow Show. Rovaniemi Art Museum
2004 Covjek i prostor 11-12.04
2004 Domus 03.04
2004 GA Japan 06.04
2004 ID 06.04
2004 Taiwan Architect 06.04
2004 Public Art Review. Fall-Winter 04
2004 The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture
2003 Bauwelt 1-2/03
2003 The Snow Show, Venice. La biennale di Venezia
2003 Architecture 09.03
2003 Lotus International 116
2002 Architectural Review 12.02
2002 A+U, 08.02
2002 Jigeen yi mbooloo
2002 Betoni 02.02
2002 Before Next. Museum of Finnish Architecture
2002 Form Function Finland 02.03
2002 Helsingin Sanomat 20 October 2002
2002 Architectural Review 07.02
2002 Arkkitehti, ARK. 01.02.
1996 Arkkitehti, ARK 5-6.96
SAIJA Hannele HOLLMĖN, Architect M.Sc. SAFA , born 1970
www.shark.fi
Education
2002- Studies in singing pedagogy at Helsinki Metropolia University
2002- Post-graduate studies in Helsinki University of Technology
1999 Master of Architecture, Helsinki University of Technology
Independent practice
2000- Partner in Architectural Office Salmi & Hollmén Architects Ltd.
Selected projects and designs
2007 Villa Kanerva, a single family house in Sotkamo, Finland
2005 Architecture in Finland.
Exhibition for the 40th Anniversary of the Finnish Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
2003 UN HABITAT Housing design project in Kenya, team Hollmén-Mansikka
2001 Dining hall for study centre in Holma, Vantaa, Finland
Awards and grants
1992-2005 Several grants from national and international institutions
Teaching experience
2008 University teacher, Helsinki University of Technology, Public Buildings
2008 Visiting critic at Helsinki University of Technology, sustainale Global Technologies
2005 Global Studio mentor and lecturer, UIA, Istanbul 2005
2002- Visiting critic at Helsinki University of Technology, World Architecture.
2001 Several lectures in Finland and abroad
Publications
2002 “Women’s Centre Project in Senegal and Changes in the Built Environment”,
RY Built Environment magazine, 4/2002
Employment history
2005- Architectural- and Design Studio Talli Ltd.
1999 Self-employed architect
1997 Sanaksenaho Architects
1990-91 Construction Design Erkki Jokiniemi
JENNI Maria REUTER, Architect M.Sc. SAFA , born 1972
www.jennireuter.fi
Education
2001 Master of Architecture, Helsinki University of Technology
1994-95 Exchange studies at Ecole d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, France
Independent Practice
1999- Jenni Reuter Architects
Urban, architectural, exhibition and graphic design
Selected projects
20010-11 AKSELI’S AFRICA, Museum of Cultures, Helsinki, Finland
2010-11 Cottage Simons, Mölandet, Sipoo, Finland
2011 Own work at a group exhibition at the Norsu Gallery, Helsinki
2010-11 MOVABLE HOME, Museum of Cultures, Helsinki, Finland, Exhibition architecture
2010 “Peekaboo”, exhibition design, Helsinki Art Museum, Tennis Palace, Helsinki
2009-2010 “STUDIO MARUBI”, exhibition design, Museum of Cultures, Tennis Palace, Helsinki
2007- Villa Sundsvedja, Soderlangvik, Finland
2006-07 Conference and accommodation buildings in Dragsfjard, Finland. Project stage.
2006 Exhibition design and graphic products for the Alvar Aalto Symposium 2006
2005 “Bengali Marriage”, exhibition design, Museum of Cultures, Tennis Palace, Helsinki
2004- arcadEUropea, Finnish representative for the European design project for the development of the Prague Castle forefront
2002 FINDESIGNNOW, ”, exhibition design, Fiskars, Finland
2002 Puotinharju area, urban planning for the City of Helsinki.
2001-02 ”5 Africas”, exhibition design, Museum of Cultures, Tennis Palace, Helsinki
1997- Holiday resort with straw bale cottages, Sattmark. Three cottages, a Service building, a Pavilion and a Multipurpose building have been completed. Ongoing project.
1993-95 Report on the traditional architecture in Namibia
Graphic design
2011-12 VALIO Milk design carton. Eight leading Finnish designers created their own vision of milk for Valio’s basic and organic milk cartons. The designers were Eero Aarnio, Tuomas Erikoinen, Klaus Haapaniemi, Kristiina Lassus, Jenni Reuter, Paola Suhonen, Oiva Toikka and Tiia Vanhatapio.
2005-06 Graphic design for the 10th International Alvar Aalto Symposium
2003-04 The book Italia la bella - Arkitekterna Hilding och Eva Ekelunds resedagbok 1921-1922, Svenska Litteratursallskapet.
2002- Alvar Aalto monograph series. A 28-volume set of Alvar Aalto’s architectural and planning works.
Published by the Alvar Aalto Foundation and the Alvar Aalto Academy. The first book was launched in 2003
2000 OIVA KALLIO, Book published by The Museum of Finnish Architecture
2000 ELEFANTTI - ELEPHANT FILMS, the Finnish directors’ group”, logo and graphic products
1999 MATKALLA - EN ROUTE!, Book published by The Museum of Finnish Architecture
1996 The Restoration of Sodankyla Old Church, magazine published by Arkkitehti, the Finnish Architectural Review
Awards, grants and board memberships
2008 0,5year artist grant, Arts Council of Finland
2005 “The most beautiful book of the year” award for the graphic design of Italia la bella
2004- Board member of The Society for New Craft and the Gallery NORSU
2002-03 One year artist grant, Svenska Kulturfonden
2002 The Wuorio honorary mention for best diploma work of Finnish schools of architecture
1994-95, -97 Atelier apartment in Cite Internationale des Arts
1992-2012 Several grants and awards from national and international institutions
Teaching experience
2011- Lecturer, Aalto University, School of Art, Design and Architecture, Department of Architecture, Basics and Theory of Architecture
2011 Workshop at Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden
2010-2011 University teacher, Aalto University, School of Science and Technology, Department of Architecture, Basics and Theory of Architecture
2010 Teacher, Cambodia course, Aalto University, School of Science and Technology, Department of Architecture, Public Buildings
2007 Visiting critic at University of Florida
2007 Visiting critic at University of Tasmania, School of Architecture, Australia
2007 Workshop teacher at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2005-06 Visiting teacher at Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, Stockholm, Sweden
2004 Guest critic at the UWI architecture course, Unije, Croatia
2003- Guest critic at the Washington University in Saint Louis, Helsinki school
2002- Teacher, Helsinki University of Technology, Basics of Architecture.
2001-03 Teacher, Helsinki University of Technology, Wood in Architecture and Construction.
2002- Visiting critic at Helsinki University of Technology, World Architecture.
2001- Several lectures in Finland and abroad
Employment History
1999-2000 Hannele Gronlund Architects
1997, 98-99 Krokfors-Virkamaki Architects
1997-98 The Museum of Finnish Architecture
1996 The Finnish Association of Architects
1995-96 Esa Laaksonen Architects
HELENA Elisabeth SANDMAN, Architect M.Sc. SAFA , born 1972
www.helenasandman.fi
Education
1999 Master of Architecture, Helsinki University of Technology
1993-94 Exchange studies at Ecole d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, France
Independent practice
1997 Helena Sandman Architects Ltd.
Architectural, urban, interior, graphic and exhibition design.
Selected projects
2008- Atelier buileing Antonia Ringbom, Korppoo Finland
2008- Exhibition design for the Spirit of Nature Award, Wood in Culture, Lahti, Finland, in collaboration with Katriina Lankinen
2007 Graphic design of exhibition catalogue. Markus Konttinen
2006 Invited participant with a series of photographic work at the exhibition Places of Arrival and Departure organised by the Arts Council of Uusimaa
2004-05 Sub consultant for the replacement of the market at Thiaroye station, Senegal. Jaakko Poyry Ltd.
2004 Graphic design of exhibition catalogue. Markus Konttinen
2004 Community development plan and urban study of the village Chirombo Bay, including a small scale aquaculture centre, Malawi. WWF
2002- Private house Cooper Oksala, Kirkkonummi
2001 Exhibition design "Pearls from West Africa" in the Helina Rautavaara Museum, Espoo, Finland. In collaboration with architect Jaakko Pesonen
2000 Exhibition design of the works of Camilla Moberg, Irina Patt and Karin Widnas. Tammisaari Art Museum, Finland.
Awards and grants
2004 Atelier apartment in New York City, The Foundation of Visual Arts
2003 Jury duty in a competition for a coin to commemorate the life's work of Anders Chydenius
2000 Atelier apartment in Cite International des Arts, Paris
1998- Several grants and awards from national and international institutions
Teaching experience
2008- Global Studio, UN Habitat, Vancouver
2006 Global Studio, UN Habitat, Vancouver
2005-06 Assistant professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
2003 Moderator and editor of papers at the international ACSA architecture conference in Helsinki, 07.03
2002- Visiting critic at Helsinki University of Technology, World Architecture
2001- Several lectures in Finland and abroad
Employment history
1997-2005 Design office Stefan Lindfors Ltd. Interior design. (Intermittent project-based work)
1997 Jouni Kaipia Architects
1997 Alli Architects Ltd. (Architects Pia Ilonen and Minna Lukander)
1996 Helin- Siitonen Architects
1995-96 Helsinki University of Technology. Study advisor for foreign students