The winner of the public voting at the 2021 Housing Fair is Pyörre House

Pyörre House for the win - Best House and Best Interior

The Pyörre House, built by Aulis Lundell Oy for last summer's Lohja housing fair, has already been awarded, for example, an honorable mention for Green Act Award and the Most Experimental Saunas Award. The Finnish Housing fair public vote results have come, and Pyörre House has won the Best House and the Best Interior prizes. The Best Yard in the vote, Pyörre got second place.

The Pyörre House Team: Jukka Turunen, Leena Lundell, Johanna Oras and Timo Ranta

- We really appreciate the audience voting awards. Thank you to everyone who voted for us. All this was only possible through teamwork. The owners of the house and the current satisfied residents, Jukka Turunen and Timo Ranta, dared to build a special house, and architect Matti Kuittinen's ambitious vision and tireless design down to the smallest detail guaranteed a successful end result. Everything was eventually implemented by an efficient team led by structural designer Sami Huttunen. The interior was made possible by the magnificent Johanna Oras, whose art fits perfectly in Pyörre. The house itself is a work of art and when you step inside your home, you are actually stepping inside a work of art. In this connection, I would also like to extend a big thank you to the entire Lohja housing fair organization for the good cooperation, and thank you to all the partners for their participation, says Leena Lundell, the company's CEO.

Pyörre for sustainable development

A company that operates responsibly invests heavily in sustainable development. The Pyörre House has been designed and built in such a way that it can rightly be called a model house for the circular economy and a pioneer in sustainable development.

Pyörre is a single-story detached house with a steel frame, with a heated room area of 160 m2. The house is designed for a couple who wants to live in an inspiring, functional, and personal home where the circular economy takes place in a new way. The creation of the building was driven by low-carbon construction, ie material selections and product comparisons have sought to determine the proportions of recycled raw materials or recycled raw materials that have been used. Moving inside and out is easy thanks to the Liune doors and flat surfaces that slide inside the wall. The Pyörre house is spacious at the same time spacious, elegant, and lavish. Art is ubiquitous; the handprint of visual artist Johanna Oras can be seen on wallpapers, paintings, floors, doors, and small objects. The space-carrying Liune sliding doors slide inside the wall and do not turn into the road.

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Aulis Lundell Oy - Finnish quality for construction

Aulis Lundell Oy, a family company manufacturing steel products in Lohja, built the Pyörre house in its home field. The end result concretizes the company's experience, innovation and know-how over more than 40 years. As a result of the company's product development, a diverse range of steel construction solutions has emerged. Thanks to product innovations and successful co-operation patterns, Aulis Lundell Oy is now Finland's leading steel coil former. From the automated roll forming lines, the products are tailored to the customer's needs and delivered in exactly the desired size to various destinations.

The company’s reference list is huge. For example, Aulis Lundell Oy's products have been used and are being used in Finland in the Parliament House, the National Museum, Kiasma, Oodi, Pasila Tripla, Kalasatama Tower Houses, Bridge Hospital, and numerous other large and small new and renovation projects.

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