Salikabinetti is a stylish space with unique statement light fittings, ideal for business meetings as well as more intimate evening receptions. The large windows allow in plenty of natural light, drawing focus on the beautiful residential building opposite, also designed by Karl Lindahl, and on Eläintarhanlahti bay beyond.
Salikabinetti is located right next to the nostalgic Paasiravintola (Restaurant Paasi) which exemplifies the spirit of the 1920s and has been stylishly renewed for the 2020s. Salikabinetti has its own separate entrance.
Did you know that…? Paasiravintola and the adjacent Salikabinetti and Lasikabinetti private dining rooms were given a complete makeover in the beginning of 2020 bringing functionality of the spaces into the new 20s and to meet contemporary needs. The goals of the makeover were versatility, comfort and ambiance.
Special attention was given to flexibility and clarification of customer service paths. All special dietary requirements are catered for from a single easily identified service station. The logistically optimised space supports Paasitorni’s identity and concept for working luncheons as well as special occasions.
The grand hall and the private dining rooms were updated with new, modern lighting and technology, furnishings and surface materials. Paasiravintola´s existing light colour scheme, which dates from the 1990s, was kept throughout. The blue-grey colour and brass details of the relief above the entrance was used as the main inspiration for new built-in furniture. The grand hall’s floor was restored to mimic the look of the original 1920s appearance.
First opened in 1925, the refurbishment of Paasiravintola and the private dining rooms is part of an extensive service design project which has seen the revitalisation of the lobbies, conference facilities and banqueting rooms of a building that lives and breathes tradition. We trusted the design team of KOKO3 with the task of introducing a modern, light-handed elegance to the magnificent and prestigious building and its commanding architectural features designed by Karl Lindahl in the spirit of the architectural ideals of his time. The original architecture and its evocative fairytale character has been preserved and highlighted, while creating inviting, playful and functional spaces.
Read more about KOKO3’s Paasitorni project.
Size and location
- Maximum capacity:
- Area (m²):
- Height (m):
- 4,4 m underneath beam, 3,2 m underneath lamps
- Length x width (m):
- 7 m x 6 m
- Basic equipment:
- LCD screen 82", Wi-fi, PA system, stereo system for background music
- general lighting (dimming available)
- basic electricity
- Long tables:
- without armrests
- General info:
- flipchart available on request
Lift 1: W 110 cm, D 140 cm, H 220 cm, door W 80 cm and H 200 cm, capacity 630 kg
Nearest toilets in the cabinet