We welcome you to work, hold meetings and organise events at Oodi!
Available Facilities at Oodi
Oodi has ample space for both silent and noisier activities. We can help you organise a big event, such as a conference, cooking class or concert. At the same time, we also have facilities for quieter activities, such as reading, working and meetings. Read more about our versatile facilities below!
Maijansali is a multi-purpose space, perfect for various events, such as lectures, workshops, and performances.
Kino Regina is an auditorium-type space, well suited for lectures, film screenings, and different events.
Small pop-up events can be held on Oodi’s first floor.
Aura is ideal for events requiring audio and video technology, such as meetings, seminars, and workshops.
The glass-walled Kuutio is currently mainly used for meetings and training events.
Oodi’s small-group kitchen can be used for cooking together or meetings.
Oodi has ten group rooms of varying sizes. Depending on their size, the rooms can be booked for 4–16 persons.
Oodi has six small workspaces that can be reserved for 1–3 persons. For reading and quiet work, Oodi also has a separate reading room. The reading room cannot be reserved.
Oodi has a reading room that can be used for reading and quiet work. The reading room cannot be reserved. The reading room is located on Oodi’s second floor.
The seating steps, located on Oodi’s second floor, can be used for laid-back independent work or small group-work tasks. Talking is allowed on the steps, so if you are looking for a silent space, they are not your best option.
Oodi’s third floor has work desks, each equipped with a reading light and power sockets. On Oodi’s second floor, behind the Kuutio space, is a working area with separate electric work desks.
The Citizen’s Balcony
Oodi’s third floor balcony is open during the summer season. The balcony can be used for having coffee, reading, and working, all while admiring the beautiful view towards Töölönlahti Bay.
Learning room 1 offers powerful gaming computers that can be used with the Helmet library card. In addition, Oodi also has three console gaming rooms that can be reserved.
Oodi has different music studios, a recording studio with its own control room, and photograph and video studios.
Children’s story room
The north end of Oodi’s third floor is the library’s children’s section. A secret door found in one of its bookshelves leads into a nest-like story room.
Organise an event
Do you want to organise an event at Oodi? Oodi is a place that welcomes small and large event organisers alike.
Particular attention was paid to accessibility when designing Oodi. All our facilities are accessible.