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This elevated corridor stretches the length of the building and is a time-saver for busy executives. Instead of having to descend to what presumably is the sometimes-busy canteen level, they can take a short cut at level 1.
Nokia's beach promo van
Consumers in western markets probably wouldn't see this vehicle at a beach, but apparently in India that's exactly where Nokia takes it, advertising its wares much like an ice-cream van.
Sails flying high at Nokia
There's no clue in the HQ as to what the significance of these overhead sails are, but Nokia did have a yacht that was successful in the Sydney to Hobart race back in 1999. This building was constructed in 1996 and 1997, and was due for a renovation in 2008 -- a plan that was spiked due to the global recession. It still looks modern to me.