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Listed under Modern Public Spaces in Helsinki, Finland.

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Lasipalatsi is a functionalist office building designed and built in the 30s, and these days used as a function centre.  The architects responsible for the building are Viljo Revell, Heimo Riihimäki and Niilo Kokko.  It's protected, but there are modern offices inside and cafes on the ground floor.

Written by  Dan Alba.

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