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Weekend Wrap

It’s all about form and function

Aalto University new CHEMARTS cookbook is well-done.

Päivi Lehtinen

Design is a rhapsody of lines, shapes and utile forms this week while the groove goes on in the music scene. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

The fruits of Jesse Markin’s breakthrough album are ripe for picking. (Photo: AJ Savolainen) Read Music Finland’s story

Finland is scattered with intriguing modern temples in the middle of nowhere. (Photo: Toni Yli-Suvanto Architects) Read Dezeen’s story

For composer Lotta Wennäkoski, silence is as much a tool as sound. (Photo: Maarit Kytöharju/Music Finland) Read FMQ’s interview

Tomi Saario takes a Scandi pop into bluesy melodies. (Photo: Facebook/Tomi Saario) Read Wonderland magazine’s story

The lads at Do Good Brew are doing good. (Photo: Facebook/Do Good Brew) Read our Daily Brief

Your sound is safe with Jukka Pätynen. (Photo: Jukka Pätynen) Read Robb Report’s story

Nikari’s Basic is persuasive in its simplicity. (Photo: Chikako Haradas) Read Infurma’s story

Wärtsilä gets an order for luxury expedition ships. (Photo: Wärtsilä)

Aalto’s chemical arts cookbook is a formula for out-of-the-box home cooking! (Photo: Eeva Suorlahti) Read more on Aalto University’s page

Dirt Bike Unchained is messy business. (Photo: Red Bull) Read Pocket Gamer’s story

By: Samuli Ojala