Nordicum - Real Estate Annual Finland 2014 - Page 29

Photo: SARC Architects Keilaniemi area will include almost 80,000 square metres of residential building volume. ly significant centre designed by the architect Aarne Ervi. The next chapter in the evolution of Tapiola Centre calls for a multifaceted urban centre with modern mass transportation terminals, well-organised parking and maintenance arrangements, a wide variety of services as well as pleasant pedestrian areas and meeting places. Antti Mäkinen says that the objective here is to strengthen the very best values of Tapiola, uphold the quality of the environment and find guidelines for Tapiola’s new success. “Tapiola 2.0” will see a new wave of development that will introduce one million square metres of construction. Residential use – which has always been a strong element here – should encompass abou