Kampin kappeli Mannerheimintien puolelta ylhäältä

Welcome to Kamppi Chapel!

Kamppi Chapel is a place for meeting people and appreciating peace and quiet in the centre of Helsinki. Everyone is welcome to enjoy a moment of peace and quiet in the chapel.

The chapel was designed by Mikko Summanen, Niko Sirola and Kimmo Lintula, architects belonging to the Helsinki-based practice, K2S Architects. The chapel is 11.5 metres tall and it is made of three different types of wood. The external walls of the chapel are made of spruce. The external walls are coated in a special type of wax that uses nanotechnology. The internal walls are made of alder that was milled into shape, while the fittings and internal door of the chapel are made of ash. The ceiling of the chapel contains plasterboard, which has a sound-proofing effect. The cross on the altar was made by silversmith Antti Nieminen. The silk paraments are the handiwork of textile artist Tiina Uimonen.

The chapel is intended for personal peace and quiet. The chapel cannot normally be reserved for private events such as weddings. On occasions, weddings and christenings have been organised in the chapel. Short prayers are offered in the chapel but there is no church service on Sundays. Concerts are occasionally arranged in the chapel.

Kampin kappeli kartta

Kamppi Chapel
Simonkatu 7, Narinkkatori
00100 Helsinki

tel. +358 50 578 1136