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Delight your visual senses with functional design ranging from home furniture and items that represent Finnish design traditions to modern urban solutions in the city and contemporary interior design.
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Historic Wooden Neighborhoods of Helsinki – Kumpula. Historic Kumpula is like its own little village of wooden houses with interesting attractions tucked away between interwoven forests. Photo: Andy Kruse #helsinki #kumpula #wooden #architecture

Historic Wooden Neighbourhoods of Helsinki 1/3 – Kumpula

Historic Wooden Neighborhoods of Helsinki – Kumpula. Historic Kumpula is like its own little village of wooden houses with interesting attractions tucked away between interwoven forests.

Arabia Factory. Photo: Helsinki Tourism Material Bank/Flickr

Art and design centre partly located in former production facilities of the Arabia design company

The Ball Chair by Eero Aarnio. Photo: Visit Helsinki/Joni Rousku

The Ball Chair by Eero Aarnio.

Design Market/Helsinki Design Week. Photo: Ville Malja/Helsinki Design Week

Design is a factor deep-rooted in the urban lifestyle of Helsinki making it the perfect destination for design shopping and design culture.

A Cup of Coffee and a Slice of Art at Lokal. Lokal Helsinki is a concept store and home to independent Finnish art, design and craft. Lokal is also a place to pop in to have a look at the monthly changing design exhibitions and a cup of coffee roasted by Helsingin Kahvipaahtimo. Photo: Riitta Kokkonen #helsinki #design #shopping #exhibition #cafe

A cup of coffee and a slice of art at Lokal

A Cup of Coffee and a Slice of Art at Lokal. Lokal Helsinki is a concept store and home to independent Finnish art, design and craft. Lokal is also a place to pop in to have a look at the monthly changing design exhibitions and a cup of coffee roasted by Helsingin Kahvipaahtimo. Photo: Riitta Kokkonen #helsinki #design #shopping #exhibition #cafe

The Neoclassical Centre of Helsinki. The layers of history can be seen in the buildings of Helsinki – if you know where to look. Unlike Tallinn or Stockholm with their medieval parts, Helsinki has a unique Empire style centre. Neoclassical interior of the University of Helsinki. Photo: Ilmar Metsalo #helsinki #architecture #empire #style #neoclassical #interior

The neoclassical centre of Helsinki

The Neoclassical Centre of Helsinki. The layers of history can be seen in the buildings of Helsinki – if you know where to look. Unlike Tallinn or Stockholm with their medieval parts, Helsinki has a unique Empire style centre. Neoclassical interior of the University of Helsinki. Photo: Ilmar Metsalo #helsinki #architecture #empire #style #neoclassical #interior

Now it's allowed to climb on walls and hang on furniture! Helsinki-based children's and teenagers health club, Gymi, offers many kinds of physical activities, and has also designed a set of functional furniture for children. Photo: Gymi Furniture #furniture #children #gymnastics

Now it’s allowed to climb on walls and hang on furniture!

Now it's allowed to climb on walls and hang on furniture! Helsinki-based children's and teenagers health club, Gymi, offers many kinds of physical activities, and has also designed a set of functional furniture for children.

Helsinki Museums: 3 Shops & Cafés Not to Miss  Visiting a museum in Helsinki doesn't always need to involve just the exhibitions on display, as many of them also host excellent shops and cafés.   Medals of general valour by Katariina Guthwert. Made in Helsinki. Photo: Ksenia Kosheleva #museum #café #shopping #design

Helsinki museums: 3 shops & cafés not to miss

Helsinki Museums: 3 Shops & Cafés Not to Miss Visiting a museum in Helsinki doesn't always need to involve just the exhibitions on display, as many of them also host excellent shops and cafés. Medals of general valour by Katariina Guthwert. Made in Helsinki. Photo: Ksenia Kosheleva #museum #café #shopping #design

Muotoilusta vastaavat Lumin suunnittelijat Sanna Kantola ja Bruno Beaugrand. Kengät valmistetaan käsityönä Portugalissa. Kuva: Minea Hara

Muotoilusta vastaavat Lumin suunnittelijat Sanna Kantola ja Bruno Beaugrand. Kengät valmistetaan käsityönä Portugalissa. Kuva: Minea Hara

Madeby Helsinki on kolmentoista käsityöläisen kollektiivi. Kuva: Minea Hara

Madeby Helsinki on kolmentoista käsityöläisen kollektiivi.

(c) Jussi Hellsten/Helsinki365

is a co-operation between Visit Helsinki and Finnish photographer Jussi Hellsten to capture local moments in Helsinki throughout the year. What does Helsinki look like?

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Interior design from Helsinki

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If you feel like treating yourself to stylish and unique clothing and accessories, check out the boutiques selling items by young Finnish designers, who combine Finnish traditions with their own unique visions of the future

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If you feel like treating yourself to stylish and unique clothing and accessories, check out the boutiques selling items by young Finnish designers, who combine Finnish traditions with their own unique visions of the future

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