Lasipalatsi, 1936 by Viljo Revell, Heimo Riihimäki & Niilo Kokko View from the gallery of Bio Rex cinema's lobby towards Mannerheimintie with Kiasma, Postitalo and Sokos department store (from left to right). www.arndDewald.com
Causing a significant stir in 1960s Toronto, the design of New City Hall is bold, daring, and unique. Finnish architect Viljo Revell’s two curving towers seem to embrace the central domed structure between them. A sweeping public plaza out front, Nathan Phillips Square, is the symbolic heart of the city .