Helsinki University’s Main Library boasts of quality and sleek architecture that makes the whole place just like how it should be — a place conducive to learning. Designed by Antinnen Oiva Architects and led by Vesa Oiva, the library is a huge property with 31,700 sqm of space to work with. The biggest library in Finland is not without its accolades. In 2012, it received the Kritiikin kannukset or The Spurs of Criticism award granted by The Finnish Critics’ Association as well as an Art Prize of the Art Commission of Uusimaa, Finland.
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