Indian design studio Archohm created a proposal for the Guggenheim Helsinki Museum competition that loops across the site in order to connect all the museums of Helsinki in a closed circuit that culminates with a large public plaza. The design aims to approach the city in a holistic way and create a link between different styles of contemporary architecture present in the Finish capital.
The space would serve as a key cultural destination for both the local community and tourists. It would act as an important link that binds together the past and future of art, creating a unique maze of museums.
The proposed intervention would incorporate greenery and communicate with the waterfront. A large plaza in the Tähtitorninvuorenpuisto, the observatory park, would function as a tentacle of the design and would form an apex directing the tourists to the various museums in the city.