The Café Kiasma, totally edgy style, is located inside the Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki. The Kiasma (built 1993-1998) is a contemporary art museum located in Mannerheimintie Avenue, City of Helsinki, Finland. Exhibits the contemporary art collection of the Finnish National Gallery. The main goal of the museum is to make contemporary art more popular and to enhance their status. An architectural design competition to build a contemporary art museum in the city of Helsinki was made ??in 1992. The call was directed to architects in the Baltic States and Scandinavia, but also took five internationally recognized architects. In 1993 the work Chiasma by the American architect Steven Holl was selected from the 516 contestants. The construction of the disputed and controversial Kiasma began in 1996 and ended in [[1998]. Before and during construction created a great discussion about the location of the museum among the equestrian statue of Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and the central post office, the place was criticized for being too narrow and inappropriate. The Kiasma was accused of damaging the surroundings and background of the statue. Similarly, the U.S. design choice on one of the Finnish modernist artists caused negative reactions. However, over the years the criticism of the museum have been vanishing as new modernist structures are built around the Kiasma.