The Embassy of Finland in Israel is located in the Southern Tel Aviv district of Yad Eliyahu, along the Ayalon highway in the towering Adgar 360-building.
With its modern architecture and uniquely round structure, the 35-storey building allows a different view from every office and meeting room. The spectacular view from our 31st floor chancery opens out to the bustling city and all the way to the Mediterranean.
The Embassy of Sweden is also located in the same building.
The interior architecture, interior design, and electrical design are all handiwork of Finnish professionals.
The clean and earthy tones of the interior are reminiscent of Finnish nature and the wooden wall reliefs are an eye-catching feature bringing tranquility into the space.
The Ambassador's residence is situated in Hertzliya Pituach, approximately 15 kilometers from the centre of Tel Aviv. Hertzeliya Pituach is a popular residential area for foreign diplomats as well as many well-known Israelis. Receptions and official events are often held at the residence.
The residence architecture is in some ways inspired by the functionality of the Tel Avivian Bauhaus-style, and the lush garden welcomes guests at the entrance.
Finnish art adorns the walls of the residence and the majority of the interior exhibits Finnish design. The Finnish style of the interior has been admired by many of our guests.