Oodi is a striking building with its glass and steel structures and wooden facade, its design a combination of traditional and contemporary flavours. The energy-efficient library is an impressive calling card for Finnish architecture. ALA Architects is responsible for the architectural planning and YIT is the building contractor.
Service design as part of the planning process
Oodi’s planning process has utilised service design to achieve the best possible customer experience. Service design was used in the design of the signs and furniture, as well as the placement of the library’s materials. The natural solutions for each floor as well as the cooperation partners’ wishes were discussed together.
Fall in love with Oodi
Interactive touch wall in Oodi’s children’s section
Ääreen – interactive dolphin pods and animations at Oodi
Oodi’s recording studio opens again
Oodi is participating in the Lahjoita lämpöä! campaign
The Oodi youth space is now open!
Pop-up vaccination point at Oodi
Television shoot to obstruct traffic on Kansalaistori Square starting from Monday 26 July
Welcome back to Oodi!
Obotti, Oodi’s own recommendation robot
Ääreen – open call
Crochet coral reef arrives to Oodi
Survey about Oodi’s event and service selection
Oodi and other Helmet libraries to open with restrictions on 1 June 2021
Pixelache festival arrives to Oodi
Helmet libraries will start charging a fee for uncollected reservations, starting from 1 June 2021
Libraries are ready for restrictions to be lifted
What it’s to be a doplhin?
Oodi’s sound beacon 2.0
The Helsinki City Library writing competition is concluded
Oodi is the winner of the main DETAIL Prize 2020
How many books does Oodi have? Are dogs allowed in Oodi?
And other frequently asked questions.
Looking for the book search feature or borrowing information?
Oodi’s lending services can be found on Helmet web library.