Helsinki’s West Harbour, Terminal 2

West Harbour, located in Jätkäsaari, is one of the busiest ports in Helsinki. West Harbour’s second terminal was built to ease and improve the fast ferry traffic between Helsinki and Tallinn and it was opened for passengers in February 2017.

West Terminal 2 was designed by architect Tuomas Silvennoinen from PES Architects. The terminal was designed to be functional and durable but also beautiful. The walking distances have been minimized and the vehicle traffic routes are practical. The waiting hall offers stunning sea views for the passengers. The building’s modern shape and the glass, steel and wood surfaces highlight the feeling of an international passenger terminal.

We photographed West Terminal 2 for Muotolevy and APRT. Muotolevy's facade panels were used in the terminal building and APRT designed the vehicle check-in area.

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