Creative Program

Hilton Helsinki Airport – Creative Program for Your Meeting Day

Let’s Customize Together

During the meeting break, a relaxed customization program can turn a knowledge worker’s mind in a new direction, fostering innovation. Customizing together allows colleagues to see each other from a new perspective, enhancing collaboration. The act of creating is an experience, and the jointly customized, ecological upcycled product serves as a lasting reminder of the event. The end product could be a communal recycled artwork for the office or a unique upcycled item made by each individual.

The program organizer is Tuunaajamutsi.
The program can be conducted in Finnish, Swedish, or English.
Prices start from €790/group for up to 10 people + material procurement costs + 24% VAT.

Denim Total Recycling Workshop

  • Duration: 1.5-2 hours
  • Suitable for 5-40 people

Denim can be entirely recycled, down to the last thread, small scraps, buttons, and rivets. In the total recycling workshop, participants learn various ways to customize denim, such as making denim bags, jewelry, and gift bags.

Leather Jewelry Workshop

  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Suitable for up to 40 people

Leather is easy to upcycle, and in the leather jewelry workshop, participants make necklaces, earrings, and handbag accessories using pre-prepared recycled leather and nickel-free jewelry parts, or they can weave a masculine leather bracelet.

Notebook Binding Workshop

  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Suitable for 10-30 people

Handwriting meeting notes helps focus, organize information, and enhances information retention. In the bookbinding workshop, participants make their own ecological notebooks from surplus paper and recycled leather using medieval binding techniques.

Origami Workshop

  • Duration: 1-1.5 hours
  • Suitable for up to 50 people

Japanese paper folding, origami, engages hands, brains, and eyes in a cooperative effort. The workshop begins with an introduction to the history of origami and how folding affects mental well-being. Together, participants fold discarded paper or even old company brochures into origami pieces, which are assembled into a mobile for office decoration.