Jada is a Helsinki-based multidisciplinary design practice that focuses on architecture and design, from large scale planning to art installations, from conceptual thinking and research to hands-on tasks.

The company has established by architects Erica Österlund and Jussi Vuori. Before starting with Jada, they have worked for OMA and ALA, both highly-considered international companies. Main projects they have been involved during the years are De Rotterdam tower, RAK Gateway City masterplan, Largo Isarco art museum for Prada Foundation and the winning proposal for Helsinki Central Library.

Jada takes strongly part on architectural discussion by writing and lecturing. Bunch of articles and interviews have been printed in magazines such as A10 and the Finnish Architectural Review.

In collaboration with five other emerging architectural offices in Finland, Jada organizes novel architectural workshops called Uusi Kaupunki [New Town]. The Finnish national broadcasting company YLE will bring the clinique approach into national spotlight during this winter.

To collaborate, please contact.

office(a)jada.fi, +358503447026, Kalervonkatu 13, FIN-00610 Helsinki



The Future Congress Centre, Helsinki. An algorithmic structure for a hotel and congress facilities. The work was awarded by the Finnish Steel Construction Accossiation.

Manhattan modular tower, Helsinki. A winning entry for an idea competition for a new landmark in eastern docklands.

Tripla, Central Pasila core, Helsinki. A concept phase for a hybrid building complex was made in collaboration with Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA).

Pargas limestone mine, future visions all over the nation with Uusi Kaupunki [New Town] collective.