The new Helsinki Central Library Oodi – opened its doors to the public
It is equipped with 3D printing gear and sewing machines for creators
- December 10, 2018 19:30
- Monika Dimitrova
Finland's flagship library Oodi is open to the public in Helsinki. It is the largest and arguably most lavish library in the Finnish capital. Although it's technically a library, it goes far beyond merely a place to borrow books. The facility features many spaces for meeting people and socialising, and offers the opportunity for people to participate in activities like readings, workshops and special events.
Apart from books and other reading materials, Oodi is also equipped with 3D printing gear and sewing machines for creators, rehearsal rooms for musicians, a small cinema and spaces that can be reserved for a variety of uses. There's also a café as well as the possibility to try out virtual reality technology.The 98-million-euro facility is located in the heart of downtown, near the Music Centre and Kiasma Art Museum in the Töölönlahti district.
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