The avant-garde refers to people or works that are experimental and wish to break the established mainstream norms of their time. The Lintulahdenkulma business premises in Sörnäinen also represent this experimental and boundary breaking way of thinking.
Lintulahdenkulma was originally designed as the central warehouse for a retail cooperative. Now it is a place for new, creative thinking in bohemian, dynamic surroundings regarded as the city’s most interesting area at the moment.
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The office building Kiinteistö Oy Lintulahdenkulma is designed by architect Väinö Vähäkallio and is regarded as one of the most remarkable monuments of 1920s brick classicism.
Originally finished in 1927, the building represented the avant-garde of its time and was originally built as the central warehouse of the retail cooperative OTK (Osuustukkukauppa) in Sörnäinen. Now this former central warehouse building boasts bright workspaces for hundreds of people.
Lintulahdenkulma is not just any office building. It is well known for its versatile tenants, and there are also many different organisations represented in the building.
The interior has been renovated to meet modern requirements with an individual rustic style that fits the atmosphere of this architecturally valuable building. The office spaces can easily be adjusted according to the needs of the tenants.
Lintulahdenkulma has two wings, nine floors and an attic, offering you the chance to create your own personalized and unique space or office.
How to get here
It’s easy to get to Lintulahdenkulma, as the building is centrally located in Sörnäinen with good transport connections.
It’s only a short walk to the Sörnäinen metro station, and during the summer season you can grab a city bike from the station right next to the building for running quick errands around town.