Pikseli is an office building in Vallila, a central-northern district of Helsinki. The building has always had a strong digital profile, being originally built in the 80’s by Digita Oy, a pioneer in wireless and digital solutions in Finland.
Yes, the US vs. Europe comparisons (particularly with cities) are tiresome and unfair. Obviously, old European cities were not built for cars the way many US cities were.
But this does nicely illustrate one of the many reasons to undo the damage of US car dependency, particularly by ceasing sprawl and switching to infill growth — alternative transportation modes like cycling more easily serve compact developments than they do car-sprawl.