In Finnish mythology, Sampo is first of all a concept related to the origin of wealth, growth and prosperity. One of these is Sammas, or world pillar, which carries the roof of heaven Kirjokansi. Through the holes in the Kirjokansi are passing money, grain and salt milled by Sampo.

credits

architect: Collaboratorio  |  team: Kristiina Kuusiluoma, Martino De Rossi, Paula Leiwo, Andrea Roverato, Kasper Järnefelt  |  client: National Museum of Finland  |  status: Competition (2019)  |  competition: National Museum of Finland  |  location: Helsinki, Finland (60.1750, 24.9316)  |  climate: Continental, Temperate  |  materials: concrete, metal  |  environments: Park, Urban  |  visualizer: Play-Time architectonic images  |  budget: 50.000.000 €  |  scale: 4.000 m2 medium  |  ratio: 12.500,00 €/m2  |  types: cultural, museum  |  views: 2.834

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