The Pavilion invites all those who love design, architecture and urban culture! Eat well, listen to the sounds of summery Helsinki, during a rainy day gather your friends under the roof or during a sunny day enjoy a picnic. Work in the reading corner, take part in the programme and make the Pavilion your living room.
The calendar below shows the weekly programme organized in the Pavilion during the opening hours. There are daily discussions, workshops, activity and socializing with music and film. The summery café serves from morning till evening even when there is no additional programme.
The Pavilion is located at Ullanlinnankatu 2-4.
The Pavilion is an open-to-all space between the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum where you can experience the WDC Helsinki 2012 year. All programme at the Pavilion is free of charge and open to all.
The Pavilion, designed at Aalto University\'s Wood Program, is a showcase of Finnish sustainable wood architecture. The architecture is based on the winning design of Pyry-Pekka Kantonen selected in the spring of 2011. The Pavilion is realised by WDC Helsinki 2012 in collaboration with Aalto University, the Museum of Finnish Architeture, the Design Museum and UPM. The programme is coordinated by Demos Helsinki
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