Kaapeli Cable Factory

Kaapeli Cable Factory

As Nokia began to wind down industrial activity in Helsinki towards the end of the 80s, spaces in its factory were rented to artists, artisans and cultural organisations. The Cable Factory building was due to be demolished after Nokia vacated it, but the creative tenants lobbied the city, which owned the land, to
keep the factory going as a creative hub.

Kaapeliaukio 3, 00180 Helsinki
FI- Helsinki


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