20.8.2014

New Design at Hotel Hanasaari, Espoo

Hanasaari was created as a consistent whole in the 1970s. Designed by Professor Yrjö Sotamaa, its interior was inspired by nature, art and Finnish design. The goal was to create an innovative and modern, yet intimate and warm environment. The forms were simple, but the materials – such as wood, granite and handmade fabrics – were warm and natural, as were the colours: Sotamaa used various shades of red, brown and orange. This was unusual in modernistic buildings at the time. The building was designed by architect Veikko Malmio.

www.hanasaari.fi

 


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13.4.2015

Floating panoramic restaurant Meripaviljonki opened in Helsinki

Meripaviljonki, which is located in the centre of maritime Helsinki, is opened on 8 April 2015.

Modern and light Meripaviljonki has unique panoramic views over Eläintarhanlahti Bay that change with the
seasons. Marko Helenius, Kitchen Manager at Graniittiravintolat Oy, heads up Meripaviljonki’s kitchen, which focuses on fish and shellfish. The light and airy feel of the restaurant’s décor has been taken into account in the raw materials.

Meripaviljonki completes the services of Paasitorni Congress Centre.

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1.4.2015

New IHG Hotel Indigo in Helsinki opened

Located in the heart of Helsinki’s design quarter Bulevardi, the environmentally friendly Hotel Indigo Helsinki – Boulevard opened its doors in early March 2015. It is the first Hotel Indigo branded hotel in the Nordic countries. The Hotel Indigo Helsinki – Boulevard is a high-class boutique hotel for both business and leisure guests.

Hotel Indigo Helsinki – Boulevard is a boutique hotel located on Bulevardi 26, one of the most stylish, historically rich and well-located streets in Helsinki. The hotel offers altogether 120 rooms decorated in Scandinavian style to its quality-conscious guests in an area where two opposite worlds of design come together. The elegant Esplanadi opens up in the east, whereas in the west you can see the Helsinki shipyard, one of the greatest feats of industrial design in the city.

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