Finnagora, one of Finland’s seventeen international culture and science institutes, was opened in Budapest in 2004. The first office, located in a Bauhaus-inspired building on the Dózsa György street in the city centre, was designed by Esa Vesmanen.
Working facilities for employees and conference rooms for visitors were created in the spacious building. The exhibition space opens right onto the street. Designed for quick meetings, there is a kitchen for whipping up Hungarian espressos for visitors.