Empire style salons of Vuojoki Mansion provide an excellent venue for meetings, educational events and customer entertainment to companies and other organisations.
Vuojoki Mansion is designed by one of the most well known and respected architects in Finland - C. L. Engel. Engel has also designed the buildings on Senate Square in Helsinki. The main building was completed in 1836. At that time Vuojoki was hosted by one of Finlands wealthiest men, captain Lars Magnus Björkenheim. The three-floor mansion is made of stone and has impressive measures: it is 31 meters long, 16 meters wide and 17 meters high. It is also one of the most in pure style empire buildings in Finland. The mansion is completed with two ancillary buildings (eastern and western), a household building and a garden house (Orangerie)..
Idyllic auditorium Bassi is located in the second floor of the eastern annex. It is build with respect to buildings history as a storehouse. Auditorium seats up to 100 people, but will do nicely also for smaller crowds because of the wooden structures which create intimacy to the space.
Modern technique and audiovisual system enable different kind of occasions in auditorium. Equipment: computer, touch display, data projector, screen, overhead projector, flip chart and voice reproduction.
Gallery Gylich is a showground for changing art and cultural exhibition. It is situated in the first floor of the eastern annex. More information about gallery Gallery Gylich
In historical greenhouse, Orangerie, a meeting day or sauna evening is spent in an exotic atmosphere. When Orangerie was finished in the middle of the 19th century, it served as a greenhouse for flowers and exotic fruits. Explore Orangerie, its history and services: Orangerie & Sauna