A setting that compliments the occasion
Dipoli is one of the premier prestigious venues in Finland for meetings, seminars, international congresses and festive events. It is in a prime location, sharing in the diverse services on offer in the capital as well as the innovative atmosphere of the scientific community of Otaniemi.
Dipoli offers over 20 different types of meeting spaces. All can be used equally comfortably to accommodate tête-à-têtes between just a few people or large gatherings of over a thousand people e.g. a big festival hall for 300-1000 persons, a spacious auditorium for 250 persons, 14 small or medium-sized meeting rooms. Our elegant lobbies and restaurants can also be transformed to take on different roles.
Dipoli going into renovation – building’s functions renews
Dipoli Congress Centre will be under complete renovation since June 2015 and estimated finishing time is the end of year 2016. Dipoli is closed during the renovation. New Dipoli is planned to be the main building of the Aalto University and to be open to everybody where university activities is shown in many ways. Basis is to create enjoyable, invigorating and inviting meeting place for staff, students, stakeholders and guests. The purpose is to create multipurpose, flexible and effective facilities for office use and for events and exhibitions.
Aalto University Properties Ltd bought Dipoli from Aalto University Student Union in March 2014. Building is designed by Raili and Reima Pietilä and it was built in 1966.
Meeting, seminar and congress facilities are available in other buildings at Aalto University. For example in Otaniemi Alvar Aalto’s designed Otakaari 1 has impressive auditoriums for even 500 people and there are many smaller meeting rooms as well. Also at the School of Business in Helsinki, Töölö has many different sized of seminar and meeting rooms.
More information and requests
- until May 2015 dipoli-congress.services [at] aalto [dot] fi
- since June 2015 facility.sales [at] aalto [dot] fi
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