Huutoniemi Church, designed by architect Aarno Ruusuvuori, is an example of the design language of church-work center thinking and concrete architecture of the 1960s.The construction of the Huutoniemi suburban church and parish hall, located east of the city of Vaasa, was topical from the beginning of the 1940s. An invitational competition for the design of the church was organized between architects Keijo Petäjä, Aarno Ruusuvuori and Alexis Lindqvist in 1960. The competition was won by Ruusuvuori’s proposal, which was considered to be controlled overall and well adapted to nature. Construction work began in 1962 and the church was inaugurated in the spring of 1964. The
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