Vaunusali, vintti and kulmasali

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Vaunusali for bigger events

Vaunusali ("tram hall") is Korjaamo's main venue for concerts, stand up shows and other events. The large space is situated the vaunuhalli building, which is also the home of six historical trams from the years 1890 to 1941. During the day, the building serves as Korjaamo Café and Tram Museum. Entrance to events takes place from Töölönkatu, while the cafe can also be accessed through the courtyard.

Intimate vintti for smaller gigs

Korjaamo's new venue, vintti ('the attic') is an atmospheric space for gigs and clubs on the on the second floor of Korjaamo's Vaunuhalli. Vintti is accessed through the courtyard (Töölönkatu 51).

The architecture and interior design of vintti are inspired by the energy of the city. Like Helsinki, vintti has a classical yet cozy feel, designed by architecht Jan Tromp and interior designer Petra Majantie. The illustrations on the windows are based on old maps of Helsinki, created with a contemporary edge by artist Anne Routaniemi. The tables and wooden bar are crafted by Punavuoren Puuhevonen in Helsinki. Italian Foscarini lamps and Danish vintage chairs give vintti its final touch.

Kulmasali for theatre

Kulmasali is the main stage for Korjaamo Teatre's performances. Kulmasali ("corner hall") is situated in Korjaamohalli next to Korjaamo's bar and kitchen and it is accessed through the courtyard.