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    The curved and warped walls of the Kiasma Museum foyer consist of board-formed concrete that has been painted white. Image does not appear in book.
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    The upper floors of the Kiasma Museum are peppered with ramps. Image does not appear in book.
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    Windows in the curving enclosure of the Kiasma Museum act as skylights in the third-floor gallery. Image does not appear in book.
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    Detail of the skylights and window seat of the third-floor gallery. Image does not appear in book.
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    A narrow window set into a deep wall opening at the Kiasma Museum. Image does not appear in book.
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    Narrow walkways at the southern edge of the Kiasma Museum foyer connect the building's gallery wings. Image does not appear in book.
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    Along the building's western facade, a long, narrow pool helps to define a narrow outdoor patio area. Image does not appear in book.
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    A curved ramp invites visitors from the Kiasma Museum's main lobby toward upper-floor galleries. Image does not appear in book.
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    The roof of the Kiasma Museum is clad in zinc panels, while the unglazed portions of the building's vertical surfaces are finished in panels of either burnished aluminum or textured, acid-tinted brass. Image does not appear in book.
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    The main entrance of the Kiasma Museum, at the southern end of the building, is marked with a brightly colored wall and awning. Image does not appear in book.
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