Public art in Pööli
The parking and service facility Pööli opened today in the centre of Hämeenlinna. The façade is brightened by a huge red cone by the Estonian sculptor Neeme Külm. According to the artist, the cone represents an obstacle on the path of infinite acceleration, a reminder not to overestimate ourselves. The sculpture is part of the Hämeenlinna Asemanranta public art programme.
INARO was responsible for the building design of the 20,000 m² complex. The client in the project was Hämeenlinnan Pysäköinti Ltd. Read more about the project here.
Photo: Berit Teeäär