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Had the pleasure of visiting the Helsinki University Library on a walking tour of the city, and it was the one stop I wish we could have spent more time to wander and soak in the amazing architecture. If I had a free afternoon, I...More
Kaisa house is astonishing. It is the largest university library in Finland and has the most modern architectural styles.
Even with admiring the curved brickwork facade we weren't prepared for the wondrous designs within.
We walked from the ground floor all the way to the...More
There are many story for the library in the building, and there are lot of nice sofa, chairs and working space. The huge glass window gets sunlight. but as far as i could see, one things i don't like it was no collection of art...More
Kaisa-house by Anttinen Oiva Architects, 2012 is so interesting inside and out that enthusiasts come to visit it from all over the world. A four story curving window dominates the main facade at Kaisaniemenkatu and the red brick surface blends well with it's older surroundings....More
The library of University of Helsinki sets any fan of modern architecture salivating. The luminary orifice in the center of the building can be considered as an epitomization of organic architecture. Usually packed with students, this is a must visit for anyone interested in contemporary...More
The main idea of this white building is letting the light in. This library is simply so great you would enjoy reading in it, working, or relaxing. If you just want to enjoy the city from a high place, go to the top level and...More
City breaks can be a little exhausting at times, and it is nice to be able to find calm and beautiful places for some peace and quiet. This modern addition to a historic building is a great spot. The new design makes wonderful use of...More
The library, conveniently located in the city center, is reachable by various means of public transportation. It provides diverse spaces for individuals and groups, and a great atmosphere for study and work.
Wifi is available only for students/university workers, and does not always function that...More