Palace Hotel, Helsinki
The Palace Hotel is an historic modernist hotel in Helsinki, opened in 1952, the year of the Helsinki Olympic Games. The building was designed by architects Viljo Revell and Keijo Petäjä, and was constructed during 1949–1952. In addition to the Palace Hotel and related restaurants, the building hosted also the main offices of the Confederation of Finnish Industry and Employers. The interiors of the building were furnished by various renowned Finnish interior designers, such as Olli Borg, Antti Nurmesniemi and Olavi Hänninen.
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- Helsinki South Harbour, Open International Ideas Competition. Constructed Cultural Environment – Rakennettu kulttuuriympäristö. City of Helsinki, City Planning Department, 2011, p. 8.
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