For more than 12 years, CANactions School has been implementing the world's best practices in the field of architecture and urban development through a number of educational and grant projects. Our policy is openness and accessibility for the maximum number of people who are not indifferent to urban development, architecture, seek relevant knowledge, and change the cities and places around them.
CANactions School Membership is a professional network in architecture, urbanism to exchange ideas with experts worldwide. It provides access to high-quality educational programs, events, special offers, professional books, magazines, and global networks.
The CANactions Membership Program is a series of special events for members of the CANactions School Community: https://canactions.com/membership-16-25
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Moreover, it is great opportunity to get behind the scenes of Helsinki Workshop of Canactions School Creating Homes for Tomorrow Program, devoted to the exploration of the housing context of Helsinki.
We invite you to participate in the input lectures and panel discussion featuring guests and speakers from the following institutions:
SEP 16, 18:00 CET
URBANITY, MIDDLE CLASS FAMILIES AND PLANNING BY JOHANNA LILIUS
Dr. Johanna Lilius is a planner and geographer and a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Architecture/Aalto University. Her research has focused on housing and housing policy & development, (strategic) urban planning and development, suburban regeneration, urban cultures and lifestyles as well as urban entrepreneurs. As a consultant, she has developed housing concepts and facilitated stakeholder meetings and planning sessions. She is the author of "Reclaiming Cities as Spaces of Middle-Class Parenthood" (Palgrave Macmillan).
SEP 18, 18:00 CET
FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY OF THE LIVING SPACE TO THE CHANGING NEEDS OF RESIDENTS BY MONIKA MAGDZIAK
Ph.D. Eng. Arch. Monika Magdziak is an architect and Assistant professor at Bialystok University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture - Department of Housing Architecture (Poland). Expert of housing models in the context of population aging. Conducts research and design classes on accessibility, flexibility, and affordable housing architecture.
SEP 23, 18:00 CET
MALTA CO-HOUSING PROJECT BY PENTTI KAREOJAAND SALLA KORPELA
Pentti Kareoja is a professor at the Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture since 2002 and a partner-in-charge of ARK-house Architects since 1995. Besides his own practices, Kareoja has been involved in various co-operation projects and worked for other offices in Finland and abroad since 1979, including for example Kevin Roche, USA. He has received awards and prizes in architecture including State award of architecture in 2002 and the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion Award for European architecture.
Salla Korpela is a cohousing expert and intentional community builder. She was the founding mother of Finland's first and so far largest cohousing project developed by its future inhabitants, the Malta House. She has written two books on the subject and works now as a professional consultant in the field.
SEP 25, 18:00 CET
CITY & NATURE: COMPUTATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR RESPONSIVE CITIES BY Pia Ilonen
Pia Ilonen is founder of ILO architects where she is responsible for many public building transformation projects. The keywords in all design processes are user-centered, economic, and ecological. Concerning housing architecture, new strategies for producing an urban block has been her main interest for the last 10 years.
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