Jyväskylä, Finland, Map

The Kuokkala district of Jyväskylä city in the middle part of Finland is the home of the highest wooden house built in Finland so far. The 8-storey building is constructed with modular CLT elements produced by Stora Enso´s Wood Products Hartola unit. The project is conducted together with the construction company Lakea. The building includes 58 apartments that guarantee sustainable living by utilizing renewable building materials as well as energy sources. Also the name of the house, Puukuokka (wooden mattock) originates from the construction material, wood.

Residential Multi-storey Building Concept by Stora Enso
Multi-storey buildings in massive wood are high-performing, renewable structures that can help to meet the growing demand for new urban buildings and more efficient, sustainable construction.
Click here to learn more about our residential multi-storey building concept.


Area (m²) 4155
Storeys 58
Products CLT
Product quality Non visible quality (NVI)
Product volume (m³) 1 700
Developer Lakea Oy
Architect Lassila Hirvilammi Arkkitehdit Oy
Main contractor Lakea Oy