Lake Pavilion – magnificent
architecture amidst
Finnish nature

Three fabulous holiday homes are being built in Kyläniemi at Janakkala, for people who value quality in all aspects of life. The focal point of the design was adapting the building’s architecture to Finnish nature. Kyläniemi is a place of natural beauty, combining privacy with good connections to a variety of services such as golf courses and airports. The four seasons of Finnish nature showcase their best qualities via the view from the large windows. The holiday homes offer excellent opportunities for sports and outdoor activities throughout the year.

The inspiration for designing Lake Pavilion arose from Germany’s Pavilion at the 1929 World Expo in Barcelona. It was designed by the German architect Mies van der Rohe. He was a trendsetter in modern architecture, whose impact is still visible in today’s architecture. Lake Pavilion in Janakkala continues on the path created by Mies van der Rohe’s modern architecture. Large glass surfaces, minimalistic shapes and functional spatial planning are the hallmarks of these villas. Clear, simplistic lines are compatible with Scandinavian taste and a great fit with the Finnish landscape.