As part of a global network of Finnish schools looking to promote the culture of their country and give an alternative to Finnish expats looking for cultural education for their children, the Finnish School of Kingston is a great option to further Finnish schooling.
Nokia is Finland’s most popular brand worldwide. At least it was before the iPhone emerged. The mobile company was responsible for 25% of Finland’s economic growth during a whole decade and provided thousands of recent graduates with jobs.
Finnish artists have made their way into the spotlight. Such is the case with Pauliina Pöllänen, who was selected as the Victoria and Albert Museum Ceramic Resident Artist. She started her residency in April of this year, in the hopes to use the physical history of the Arts and Crafts movement in the museum as an inspiration.
Many people have stepped on it, used it as a stepping stone to view the Regent’s Canal at Camley Street Natural Park. The park hosts 30,000 visitors annually, and perhaps only a handful have realised that the architecturally innovative viewpoint was created by a Finnish architect.