This is our new colleague, Anna Gullberg, who will work the office’s business development.
Welcome Anna, we are looking forward to work with you!
This Friday we arranged a block party together with Nivå and our other neighbours at Renstiernas gata 12. A hotdog stand, basketball court, ping-pong table, a bar and ice-cream trolley entered the parking lots and created with everyone who came a lovely and warm atmosphere, despite cold and rain later in the evening. Thanks to all of you who came, and thanks to Nivå for a good party-collaboration!
In our work with stations and public transport environments, we are always focusing on creating spaces and places that give the traveler a pleasant experience of traveling. Here you can read more about our work with the stations along the subway’s new yellow line, and how we think in our role as the “traveler’s defender”.
Our bridge came third in the competition for the Stockholm building of the year award!
We welcome Francesca Pernigotti, Ellen Forsberg, Vilhelm Larsson Regnström and Mary Hanno to our office!
The stations along the new yellow subway line in Stockholm are keeping us busy. The stations are designed in a close collaboration with the selected artists: Pia Törnell, Åsa Jungnelius och inges idee.
Henrik Rundquist is in the jury of the Swedish Transport Administration architectural award 2017. The prize is awarded by the Swedish Transport Administration every two years and is given to a carefully designed and well-functioning infrastructure facility that meets high demands for good architecture, long-term sustainability and consideration for natural and cultural values. The listed facility should have such qualities that it helps to develop society and become a model for others. Nomination can take place until May 24th
Image from Umeå Östra by White Architects, awarded with the prize 2013. Photo: Kasper Dudzik