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A flying saucer to live in, unlimited audio fusion and zero-waste food

Harri Suuronen’s first Futuro house was built in the late 1960s and was meant to function as a ski cabin.

Ari Karttunen/EMMA

Housing for artists makes headlines, genre-defying music makes itself heard and Helsinki’s cultural delights draw praise. Take a look at recent creativity from Finland.

Helsinki is a feast for all senses. (Photo: Nolla) Read National Geographic’s story

Helene attracts the limelight. (Photo: Andres Teiss) Read Film New Europe’s story

Pearly Drops’ new album is a delicate balancing act. (Photo: Pearly Drops) Read Purple Revolver’s review

JORI SJÖROOS blends musical genres like colours on his new album. (Photo: Facebook/Jori Sjöroos) Read Broadway World’s review

A flying-saucer-home is the perfect pandemic getaway. (Photo: Ari Karttunen/EMMA) Read Dwell’s story

Lallukka is the cradle of the Finnish arts scene. (Photo: Jussi Tiainen) Check out Monocle’s video

Digitalisation has reached the lives of dogs. (Photo: OneMind Dogs) Read Sifted’s story

Pharaoh Overlord’s new Italo-disco-EBM-kraut-metal album is an earful. (Photo: Facebook/Pharaoh Overlord) Read The Quietus’ interview

Oura rings true on TIME’s list. (Photo: Facebook/Oura)

Bordertown is on a march to international stardom. (Photo: Fisher King Productions) Read CN Traveler’s article

By: Samuli Ojala