Leiviska

Leiviska

A Finnish unit of weight approximately equivalent to 8.5 kilograms. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Authors of articles: Joonas Ahola, Frog, Clive Tolley, Ville Laakso, Samuli Helama, Tuukka Talvio, Sirpa Aalto, Petri Kallio, Jukka Korpela, Mervi Koskela Vasaru, Jari-Matti Kuusela, Teija Alenius, Matti Leiviska, Denis Kuzmin, Lassi Heininen, Sami Raninen, Anna Wessman, Elina Salmela, Kaisa Hakkinen, Johan Schalin.
The 39-year-old LMFAO singer, whose real name is Stefan Kendal Gordy, is the son of Motown Record Company founder Berry Gordy Jr and writer-producer Nancy Leiviska.
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Previously, Sean O'Connell, CFA, oversaw real estate and structured finance research and John Leiviska, CFA, oversaw corporate bond research.
Its architect, Juha Leiviska, is best known for his churches - few contemporary designers have captured the numinous to such powerful and moving effect.
Matti Senaksenaho continues the distinguished legacy of the Finnish church architecture of Engel, Aalto, Sonck, Bryggman and more recently of Juha Leiviska in his luminous churches in Myrrmaki and in Mannisto (ARs June 1987 and June 1994).
By stepping the new building in plan and section, Leiviska creates an urban breathing space, with new work, study and social areas opening on to the outdoor room of the courtyard.
In Finland, Juha Leiviska has created equally moving spaces in his churches, particularly at Myyrmaki (AR June 1987) where he manipulates planes of light and colour, fabric and concrete, subtle reflection and direct illumination to create a place as powerful as the one at Sogn Benedetg.
Despite the brilliance of Stirling's Stuttgart and Gehry's Bilbao, the thoughtful power of Snohetta's library, the penetrating reticence of Zumthor and Leiviska, monuments cannot make up a city.
As part of this programme, Finnish architect Juha Leiviska was invited to design an annexe to the Dar al-Kalima Academy in the centre of town.
The churches of Lewerentz 50 years ago and more recently the luminous churches of Juha Leiviska in Finland celebrate a whole tradition of accessible public symbolism.
The two previous recipients were Tadao Ando and Juha Leiviska.