Inside Nokia's headquarters: A photo tour

Inside Nokia's headquarters: A photo tour

Summary: From reindeer stew to a wall of Nokia's greatest hits, here's a look inside Nokia's global HQ, not far from the Finnish capital of Helsinki.

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  • Steel and glass

    With only five or six hours of light in the Finnish winter, this web of steel and glass lets as much of it as possible into the Espoo HQ.

  • Huge interior, concave walls

    This is the curved wall of offices that benefit from the webbed glass ceiling. This shot gives a sense of how huge the building is. The concaved wall of offices overlooks the main thoroughfare in the newer of the two parts to HQ. 

  • Elop's office

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop's office is on one of the top levels of this section of the building. 

    Nokia HQ was built between 1996 and 1997, with Elop joining the company as chief exec in 2010 - the first non-Finn to hold the job.

Topics: Nokia, Mobility, EU

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  • Re: arch phone display

    That's a mall kiosk they used to sell the Lumias in different parts of the world.
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    • Re: That's a mall kiosk they used to sell the Lumias

      How sad. The Asha alone would have brought in more than their entire Lumia effort to date.
      ldo17