• Open place

Finnish-British Tea Pavilion

  • Architecture
  • Interior
  • Urban planning
When
Sep 5, Thu 00:00-23:55
Sep 6, Fri 00:00-23:55
Sep 7, Sat 00:00-23:55
Sep 8, Sun 00:00-23:55
Sep 9, Mon 00:00-23:55
Sep 10, Tue 00:00-23:55
Sep 11, Wed 00:00-23:55
Sep 12, Thu 00:00-23:55
Sep 13, Fri 00:00-23:55
Sep 14, Sat 00:00-23:55
Sep 15, Sun 00:00-23:55
Jul 23, Tue 07:23
Where
Korkeavuorenkatu 23, 00130 Helsinki
Event type
Free Admission
Accessibility for all
Yes

The architecture students of the University of Westminster and Aalto University in Finland co-operate in building a wooden tea pavilion in front of the Design Museum. The tea pavilion opens on the 3rd of July and stays open until the end of Helsinki Design Week on the 15th of September. During this time anyone can come to the pavilion to eat and drink their own picnic meals.

The tea pavilion celebrates the anniversary of the diplomatic relationship between Finland and Great Britain. May marked a hundred years from the time that Britain acknowledged Finland’s independence. The pavilion was produced by the Finnish Institute in London.


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