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Cool offices: Finnkino in Helsinki, Finland

Gullstén-Inkinen has designed a new office space for Finnkino, Finland’s largest movie theater chain.

1 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

Finnkino’s headquarters moved to a new location in summer 2013. The premises are in the new Aitio Business Park.

2 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

The building aims to achieve Finland’s first BREEAM Excellent environment certificate.

3 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

The brief was to design spaces that supports and matches Finnkino’s corporate brand. Design process started with a staff survey that gathered data about staff’s opinions and attitudes towards change among other things.

4 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

First the client wanted to leave/have a few office rooms in the new space but during the process it was decided to change the whole space in to an open plan office. The only rooms left are meeting and quiet rooms. The view from the office is amazing.

5 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

The desired feeling/atmosphere was that of a movie theatre. This was brought to the spaces with themes as well as moods.

6 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

Red carpet welcomes staff and guests in to the office and the colour red is also used in the interior design on surfaces. Client wished white furniture and colours were brought to the interior in other ways. Domestic furniture was preferred.

7 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

Meeting rooms’ names are James Bond, The Godfather, Star Wars, Gone with the wind, Chaplin, Mickey and Marilyn. Finnish cinema is represented with a Jussi-meeting room.

8 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

Stars Liz Taylor, Richard Burton, Catwoman, Batman, Scarlett Johansson and Johnny Debb and not forgetting the ever-so-lovely Finnish actress Ansa Ikonen and actor Tauno Palo are immortalized in door surfaces.

10 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

The number of workstations grew from 46 by a few. In addition to interior design GI also handled the procurement procedures.

11 Finnkino by Gullsten-Inkinen, Finland

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