This year Flow’s visitors can explore Kokoon, a house designed by Aalto University’s architecture students. Kokoon was designed to meet the needs for temporary accommodation, and it could offer a place for living for asylum seekers, students, residents displaced by building renovations, and others. Kokoon’s structure is modular and stackable, and its compelling wooden modules can be stacked into various configurations in order to fit different kinds of sites. The building representing modern wooden architecture has previously been assembled at the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum, and now Kokoon will be stacked as a three-story entity at Flow’s Aalto area. The house will be open to visitors throughout the festival.
Read more about the project here.