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Finland

 

 

The starting point of the development of children´s architecture education is often placed in 1980 when the Finnish Association of Architects published the first environmental education guidebook emphasising built environment. Today education is provided as basic education on arts at visual art schools, Arkki and Lastu specialising in architecture, and as part of basic education at primary, secondary and upper secondary schools. A worthy addition to the formal education is the one organised by daycare centres, children's cultural centres, youth clubs, museums and individual enthusiasts.

 

Member: Jaana Räsänen (Finnish Association of Architects)

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