Paimio Sanatorium is one of the internationally recognised works of Alvar Aalto. Even today, people interested in architecture visit Paimio to marvel at the details of the complex, which has been nominated for the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The property ceased its operations as a hospital in June 2015, after which it has been rented in part by the Foundation for the Rehabilitation of Children and Young People of the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare.
Alvar Aalto designed the buildings and the environment so that they would promote the healing process. Consequently, he also designed an environment that in itself supports development. Innovative companies have always utilised environments with an idea. Aalto’s ageless touch responds well to this need.
In spring 2018, students of architecture at the Tampere University of Technology created a publication on their History of Architecture, Professional Course 2 dealing with IDEAS FOR NEW KINDS OF USE.
-Environment for opportunities
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The Paimio Sanatorium is owned by the Hospital District of Southwest Finland, whose strategy states that all the properties of the area as well as the land area itself be divested.
Turun Seudun OP-Kiinteistökeskus is looking for a developer or investor for the Paimio Sanatorium area. The work is facilitated by the fact that OP-Kiinteistökeskus is part of the OP Financial Group, which is the largest financial group in Finland.
The aim is to find a new owner by November; offers are accepted until 30 November 2018 12 p.m. The Hospital District of Southwest Finland reserves the right to approve or reject offers.