Accessibility Info

Luonnos is in an old building; unfortunately, the space is inaccessible.
The address is Uudenmaankatu 13, 00120 Helsinki.

  • The venue is on the ground floor, but there are two steps and a threshold at the entrance. The front door width is 82 cm.
  • Inside the space there is a one-step leading to the workshop area in the back, separate from the exhibition space.
  • There are no electronic door-opening buttons. Please remember that our staff is available to help you when needed.
  • The space is equipped with chairs and stools for seating.
  • The toilet in the space is gender-neutral, but it is not accessible to individuals with limited mobility due to a narrow door and toilet space. The restroom is located in the workshop area.
  • Guide and assistance dogs, as well as other dogs, are welcome at Luonnos!
  • Exhibition texts are primarily available in Finnish and English. The staff can guide you in both Finnish and English.
  • The venue follows the principles of a safer space. If you experience or notice any inappropriate behaviour, please don’t hesitate to contact our staff.

    Our staff is happy to assist with any accessibility matters!
    Contact us at

Safer Space Guidelines

In all events at Luonnos, we follow the principles of creating a safer space. These principles aim to promote equality, respect, and open dialogue.

  • Give space, support conversation, and respect others’ opinions.
  • Also, respect others’ physical space, don’t touch without permission, and remember you can’t know someone else’s boundaries. Ask for space for yourself, too, when needed.
  • Avoid making assumptions. We can’t know others’ gender, pronouns, background, sexuality, ability, or financial status based on external features, age, or speech style. Everyone has the right to define or not define themselves.
  • Commit to preventing discrimination in its various forms (racism, colourism, xenophobia, sexism, cissexism, homophobia, transphobia, islamophobia, and all forms of religious discrimination, class discrimination, discrimination against people with disabilities, fatphobia, ageism, etc.).
  • Respect privacy and handle sensitive topics with tact.
  • Listen and learn openly about new topics, people, and perspectives.
  • Apologise if you have offended others intentionally or unintentionally.
  • If a situation feels uncomfortable and/or you witness inappropriate treatment, don’t just be a bystander; report the issue to the staff, who can help or support you.

    You can reach us in person or via email at