Jyväskylä // Finland
The parish church in the Finnish town of Jyväskylä stands in the main square alongside its singular bell tower, a tall prism-shaped landmark with sharp-edged sides. The architects Anssi Lassila and Teemu Hirvilammi had already won acclaim for their church at Kärsämäki where they used wood for both structural and decorative elements
(see The Plan n° 013, 2006).
The Plan 049 | Architecture | Lassila Hirvilammi Architects | 2011 | Europe | Religious Building | Glass | Copper | Stone | Wood | Reinforced Concrete | Wood Cladding | Glazed Façade | Ventilated Façade | Wood Structure | Concrete Structure | Finland | Jyväskylä | Zumtobel | Velux | Francesco Pagliari |