The City of Kerava (Finland) is organizing an international architectural competition to develop the area of the Kerava Station. The competition form is an open idea competition, and it will start in November 2021 and end in February 2022. With the help of the competition, the city will seek diverse views on the long-term construction of the western and eastern side of Kerava Station in a high-quality and climate-wise manner. The competition time 15.11.2021-15.2.2022.
Questions concerning the competition must be submitted by this link by 8 December 2021, at 3 p.m. (GMT+2). Replies to the questions will be provided no later than 21 December 2021.
THE SCHEDULE OF THE ONLINE SEMINAR HAS BEEN CHANGED!
An open-access webinar will be arranged on 29 November 2021 at 12:00 noon–2:00 p.m. ( EET, UTC +2) on the Teams platform.
The link to the webinar is here.
All citizens of Finland and other countries may participate
in the competition regardless of their professional background.
Competition appendices (reports in Finnish)
1. The competition area-map
2. Oblique photo and the competition area
3. Aerial photos and images of the area
4. Area development vision for Kerava's town centre
5. Stormwater report
6. Kerava’s ecosystem report
7. Ground elevation image
9. Local master plan, regulations
10. Green plan
11. Station area local detailed plan amendment 2313 and reference plan
12. Kerava’s building heritage inventory (page 8)
13. Commercial report on the station area
14. Reservation for the Pisara railway
15. Built environment of the station area
16. Aerial image for embedded aerial view
Submit your competition proposal via this link. You can add the proposal information gradually over the days by using the secret code displayed in the popup window and in the downloadable PDF receipt. Keep the code in a safe place.
Welcome to participate!
Get to know Kerava
Kerava is small in area, only about 30 km2. Nevertheless, Kerava is the third most densely populated city in Finland with almost 38,000 inhabitants, right after Helsinki and Kauniainen. Kerava was once built as a marketplace in the area of the current station. In 1924 Kerava became a township and in 1970 the township grew into a city.
Kerava Station is one of the stations on Finland's first train line, the Helsinki-Hämeenlinna line. Kerava is about a 20-minute train ride north of the Helsinki city center. Its location as a transport hub near the capital creates great conditions for the development of the city.