Helsinki Design Week has taken over a stunning neo-renaissance palazzo by architect Theodor Höijer. Five floors, 65 exhibition rooms and best Finnish design – this has never been seen in Finland before. Here is what you need to know about practicalities. English update coming soon!
You’ll find all this at Erottaja 2
Secto and enHats at Erottaja 2. Photo: Aleksi Poutanen
DesignPartners, Experiencing Beijing
DesignPartners, Design Diplomacy -exhibition
Roow With a View, Helsinki Design Week Stage, Metsähallitus
Roow With a View, Typocraft Helsinki’19, Vuoden Graafikko Lotta Nieminen, Safa, Design for Sustainability Summit
Tickets for floors 2 to 5
- Adults 18€
- Registered for the Festival Pass 9€
- Students, retired and other groups eligible for discount 9€
- Free entrance for children (under 18 years)
- We recommend visitors to buy tickets in advance online
- At the ticket sales at Erottaja 2, we accept both credit cards and cash
- 6–15 Sept at 11–19
- Closed on Monday 9 Sept
Talks on the 4th floor stage
In addition to exhibitions and installations, Erottaja 2 hosts talks and discussions. There is a morning lecture and inspiring programme after work on each work day on the 4th floor.
The premises are unfortunately not accessible with wheelchair or a pram. There are no lifts available.
Toilets are in the courtyard, entrance through the ground floor, turn right after the entrance hall.