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Welcome to Arctic Design Week!
For representatives of media, Arctic Design Week provides all essential information, premises and materials for communicating about the Arctic ecosystem and design. The Arctic Design Week team assists and consults in discovering recent knowledge and sources.
People are starting to look north – globally.
We have allocated premises for members of the press, including background information as well as resources for interviewing and acquiring information. The Press Room is located in Science Centre Pilke.
Arctic Design Week broadly handles subject related to the Arctic, Arctic design and societal design, the most recent research findings, and visions for the future. We have also compiled background information and source information for assisting with investigative journalism. When you need to find the best interviewees, film locations and materials, we can instruct our communication unit to assist you in your media work.
The communication units of Business Rovaniemi, the City of Rovaniemi, the Lapland University Consortium, Arctic Centre, and Metsähallitus are available to assist you.
Arctic Design Week Producer Taina Torvela will be glad to provide assistance. Call us on +358 40 135 0361. email: email@example.com
Here you will find all media bulletins for Arctic Design Week.
Images are for media use only.
Videos are for media use only.
Press room -services
Head of Communications
+358 16 322 8013
+358 400 256 412
Kauppakeskus Rinteenkulma, Koskikatu 27, 3rd floor, FI-96100 Rovaniemi
PILKE INFO AND SCIENCE CENTRE PILKE
Metsähallitus, Corporate Communications
tel. +358 20 639 7820
Kristiina Vuopala, +358 206 39 7695
Media and Stakeholder Relations
P.O. Box 8016 (Ounasjoentie 6)
Tel. +358 40 529 8732
Science Centre Chief
Management of Pilke Team,
Development and Cooperation, Bio Era
tel. +358 20 639 7120,
mobile +358 40 572 6440
HOUSE OF LAPLAND IS THE COMMUNICATION CENTRE
FOR THE WHOLE OF LAPLAND
House of Lapland is responsible for the umbrella marketing of Finland’s Arctic regions, i.e. Lapland, and is owned by local municipalities.