Kymen Lukko, commercial and school building

Expressively vertically and horizontally installed and customized Cor-Ten® 600 cassettes make the façade of this renovation project interesting. The Kymen Lukko building in the center of Kouvola, Finland, will be renovated almost to the foundations. The renovation will be completed in its entirety by the end of 2020 at the latest.

Partners

  • Investor/owner: Atlas Invest Oy
  • Architect: Edifica Oy, Jussi Mikkonen

 

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Kymen Lukko was built in 1936 as the headquarters for Kymenlaakso Conservation District. The building was designed by Bertel Liljeqvist. He has also designed churches in Valkeala and Kuusankoski, for example.

The building (abt 4,000 m2) is owned by Atlas-Invest company. Currently, the building houses Kiipula College and a café. New rental premises will be completed in connection with the renovation.

We delivered custom-made cassettes made of Cor-Ten® 600 steel with supporting structures.