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Everybody wants to live in the city!

Helsinki is growing rapidly and wants to be the most functional city in the world. What will our capital be like in the future? Who are we building it for? We listed five phenomena that affect the vitality of the city.

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Work environment & ways of working —

New work environment means new ways of working at GTK

Suo, Vesi, Kaivos, Kallioperä and Maaperä. The names of the Geological Survey of Finland’s new workspaces (Bog, Water, Mine, Bedrock and Soil) are apt descriptions of its work. After initial…

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A smart building focuses on the user

Senate Properties has created a new, smart user interface for property maintenance in cooperation with other leading operators in the field. During the pilot project, data will be collected about…

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Work environment & ways of working —

The most important thing is to listen

People either love or hate the idea of moving from an individual office to an activity-based environment. When implementing change, the key aspects are change management, discussion and listening. The…

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The Finnish Defence Forces’ work and learning environment concept

A new work and learning environment concept is bringing consistency and efficiency to the Finnish Defence Forces’ facility solutions. The concept makes facilities more suitable for various purposes, as well…