The Savulahti Kindergarten-school percentage art project contained several objects implemented with different techniques. The sign with the name of the school was made with metal perforation on the outer wall. On the linoleum surfaces, the patterns were created with intarsia technique, on the walls the graphics were cut using stickers. Patterns were printed directly on the glass on the surfaces of the swinging glass doors of the teachers’ break rooms. Art formed routes and guided the passage through the school’s corridors, guided and marked different spaces.
Artwork: Aimo Katajamäki / Architecture: Arkkitehtuuritoimisto AT / Client: City of Jyväskylä / Location: City of Jyväskylä, Finland / Techniques: digi-printing, perforated steel, intarsia work in linoleum