At the heart of Helsinki, by the Narinkkatori square, stands the colossal building designed in 1977 by Einari Teräsvirta. Modern office and business premises have been built behind a protected façade. The building is vast, and so are its floors. On each floor, there is up to 3,000 square meters of space on one level.


The work of the Finnish-English design team has been steered by the most important element: people. The impressive and comfortable public spaces will serve all users of the building. Building the workplace design on each customer’s circumstances and needs, the premises have been tailored to support each tenant’s business in just the right way.

1977

Built

23,494

Square meters

2020

Renewed

8

Floors


Keep yourpeople happy

Work is significant for both personal and social life. People construct much of their identities through their work, and at work they also build social networks, make friends and even meet partners for life. Many people spend more of their waking hours at work than they do with their friends and families. This is why the importance of the location and comfort of the work premises, including the lobby and restaurant services and meeting and parking facilities, should not be underestimated.


Energy efficient andenvironmentally friendly

The energy efficiency and environmental footprint of the building and premises have been implemented by using the latest technologies and modern solutions. Arkadia is connected to the district heating and cooling network. The building’s new windows, LED lights, lighting control, ventilation system, low-consumption and partially automatically controlled water supply fittings, and easy and efficient waste sorting system add to the property’s comfort and reduce energy consumption. Arkadia has reached the Very Good level in the BREAAM environmental certification.

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