Villa Finne


The house is currently at capacity - filled to the brim with creativity. If you're interested in an amazing office space, we might have an open desk in the future, so be sure to check back!

A house with a history

Since it was built back in 1871, the house has always been characterized by the owners to foster great creativity and innovation, and it has had strong ties to cultural life in Stavanger – back in the day it wasn’t rare to see the most famous Norwegian realistic writer of the 19th century, Alexander Lange Kielland, stumbling around in the living room.

Today this house is owned by Rune and Gry Glaso, and over the duration of 2015 the house was modernized - probably to the original owner Henrik Finne’s taste. Hence the name Villa Finne! Our ambition is that the house once again inspire for great discussions, creativity and innovation both for those who work there, our customers and clients, and society. Our ambition is that Villa Finne will be an exciting meeting place across communities and cultures.

The house.

Huge garden for outdoor meetings during the Norwegian summer. Did someone say BBQ, yes those do occur, and, yes please stop by

The boardroom.

Built to get the creative juices flowing. Fully installed with audio/video, fireplace and a kitchen to motivate for long dicussions.

The library.

For some peace and quiet to gather your thoughts. Or, to relax and enjoy a glass of wine over a good book.

The eating area.

Fully equipped kitchen, and a dining room is all you need for those long brainstorming sessions.

More history

If you want to know more about this magnificent building, and its inspiring history, feel free to download this article going deeper into the 145 year old building

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