Hanaholmen, the newly renovated cultural institute, welcomes visitors to the new lobby bar as well as the updated hotel rooms, conference facilities, auditorium and restaurant. The building is a valuable representation of Finnish 1970s architecture, design and art history. The updated interiors bow to the original interior design, while adding contemporary elements to the mix. Several custom-made pieces of furniture were designed especially for Hanaholmen, such as hand-blown glass pendant lights named after the institute. Half of Hanaholmen’s 66 hotel rooms were updated to reflect the new hotel room concept, which was inspired by Swedish design house Svenskt Tenn.