Accessibility is linked to the European Union’s Accessibility Directive, which in turn refers to the criteria of the international WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines).
Finnish Architecture Navigator is a curated database of Finnish architecture administered by Archinfo Finland.
The database is constantly updated with new architects and projects, with the aim that the service will include all key works and architects of Finnish architecture, throughout the times up until today. The curated themes will present different perspectives to the social, typological or other topical aspects of Finnish architecture.
You can also suggest additions to the database through this link.
The service was first launched in 2016 in collaboration with the Museum of Finnish Architecture MFA, Alvar Aalto Foundation, Finnish Association of Architects SAFA, Association of Finnish Architects’ Offices ATL and the Finnish Architectural Review Arkkitehti. The creation of the service was financially supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and the development project in 2019–2020 is carried out with the support of The Finnish Cultural Foundation.
All feedback may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This web service is subject to the law on the provision of digital services, which requires that public online services must be accessible. The accessibility of the service has been assessed by an external expert organisation.
Accessibility means that as many different people as possible can use online services as smoothly as possible. Accessibility is the consideration of the diversity and diversity of people in the design and implementation of online services. Accessibility is essential for some people and beneficial for all of us. Consideration of accessibility is usually also good planning.