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Weekend Wrap

A touch of classical and a hint of the heavier stuff

Finnish rally prodigy Kalle Rovanperä raced to the podium this week at WRC Sweden, becoming the youngest person in history to do so.

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This week served a creative mashup of arts, with a touch of classical and a hint of the heavier stuff. Discover the past seven days in lifestyle and entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Made by Choice shows its true colours at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. (Photo: Hanna Anonen/Made by Choice) Read Financial Times’ article

The Finnish pavilion in Dubai is inspired by an Arabian tent and a thin layer of first snow. (Photo: JKMM Architects) Read Designboom’s article

Digital has caught up with analogue at Aalto Acoustics Lab. (Photo: Aalto Acoustics Lab) Read New Atlas’ article

Goodbye Soviet Union tells the story of one family’s journey from communism to capitalism. (Photo: Elen Lotman/Exitfilm) Read Cineuropa’s article

Remedy controlled the prize table at the DICE Awards. (Photo: Remedy) Read our Daily brief

Pajtim Statovci writes about involuntary new beginnings. (Photo: Anniliina Lassila) Read The Guardian’s article

Gentle leader Osmo Vänskä has begun his reign at the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. (Photo: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco) Read The Korea Herald’s article

Have a seat and listen, the tape recorder has a story to tell. (Photo: Jonna Kina)
Inari's Japanese-Finnish kinship on a plate is now also worth a Michelin star. (Photo: Facebook/Inari)

Lost Society have found themselves at the edge of something new with their upcoming album. (Photo: Sam Jämsen) Read Music Finland’s article

Developer Platonic Partnership has turned unfortunate personal experiences into a game. (Photo: Platonic Partnership) Read gamesindustry.biz’s article

Conscious hip hop just took a PhD-deep step forward. (Photo: Screenshot/YouTube)
By: Samuli Ojala