Gullstén-inkinen designed activity-based offices for Kela in Malmi, Ylöjärvi and Joensuu

In the media - Published 23.8.2018

Interior architects Gullstén & Inkinen carried out the head design, architectural design and interior design of the Malmi, Ylöjärvi and Joensuu office renovations for the Social Insurance Institution of Finland (KELA). The purpose of the projects was to create more work space for the growing personnel of Kela and to support flexibility and increase comfort at work. An increasing number of

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SOL was the first Finnish company to move into an activity-based office during the economic slump of the 1990s

In the media - Published 8.6.2018

It was year 1992. Finland was suffering from a severe economic downturn. Recently founded SOL Group believed in flat organization and created completely new kind of a working environment to support it. People were free to choose their work stations. They kept their personal items in red bags. The use of paper was minimized. No secretaries were hired, and the CEO sometimes answered calls at the

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Renovation of Mikonkatu 9 proceeds to topping out

In the media - Published 5.6.2018

The renovation of a historically solemn property at Mikonkatu 9 in Helsinki has proceeded to the topping-out phase. To be completed in the end of autumn, this renovation provides the new building users with modern premises designed with respect for the original architecture of the functionalist building. Gullstén-Inkinen is the head designer and architectural designer in this project. Mikonkatu

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Renewed Nordea staff restaurant welcomes people to have lunch and work

In the media - Published 17.5.2018

Nordea Campus Food Market located in the Vallila district of Helsinki is one of the largest staff restaurants in Finland. Interior architects Gullstén & Inkinen took part in its revamping, the purpose of which was to improve the functionality of the large space and highlight the building’s industrial spirit. Now the restaurant offers areas for various type of work, meetings and spending

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Gullstén-inkinen designed activity-based offices for Kela in Malmi, Ylöjärvi and Joensuu

Published 23.8.2018

Interior architects Gullstén & Inkinen carried out the head design, architectural design and interior design of the Malmi, Ylöjärvi and Joensuu office renovations for the Social Insurance

SOL was the first Finnish company to move into an activity-based office during the economic slump of the 1990s

Published 8.6.2018

It was year 1992. Finland was suffering from a severe economic downturn. Recently founded SOL Group believed in flat organization and created completely new kind of a working environment to support

Renovation of Mikonkatu 9 proceeds to topping out

Published 5.6.2018

The renovation of a historically solemn property at Mikonkatu 9 in Helsinki has proceeded to the topping-out phase. To be completed in the end of autumn, this renovation provides the new building