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Kattilahalli, building 1

The former boiler hall was built in 1909 for the city’s first major power plant in what was one of the biggest construction projects in Helsinki in the early 1900s. The structure and architecture of the building are impressive even on the international scale.

Kattilahalli is the largest indoor space at Suvilahti. The impressive church-like hall is of cultural and historic importance and it is breathtakingly high. It is suitable for a wide range of events, from seminars to concerts.

Kattilahalli has 1650 square metres of floor space in total. The hall section has 1150 square metres of floor space and the lobby 120 square metres. Kattilahalli's maximum capacity is 1000 persons.

Download floor plan and cross-section

Floor plan (pdf) Cross-section (pdf)