The Guardian: Oliver Wainwright

Bulging white mounds rear up out of the ground in the middle of Helsinki, tapering to circular windows that point like cyclopean eyes around the square. Children scramble up the steep slopes while a skateboarder attempts to glide down one, past a couple posing for a selfie at the summit.

This curious landscape of humps and funnels signals the arrival of Amos Rex, a €50m (£45m) art museum for the Finnish capital, which opens this week in a vast subterranean space beneath a former bus station parking lot. …Read More

Image: It’s as if the museum is bubbling up into the square’ … Amos Rex, Helsinki. Photograph: Mika Huisman