This year’s biennial review of Finnish architecture is new in its approach. In addition to highlighting the featured projects, it looks at various role interfaces. When visitors examine architecture from the multiple viewpoints of the architect, the developer, the contractor and the user, it yields new tools and insights for forming a deeper, multi-faceted understanding of architecture. The MFA has showcased the pick of contemporary Finnish architecture in its international touring exhibitions and accompanying catalogues every two years since 2002. The chosen sites provide a wide-ranging sample of various genres of architecture ranging in scale from single-family homes to comprehensive town plans. The sites are selected by an appointed jury.