Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden’s most influential daily newspapers, recently featured an article about the Flat Iron Building in Stockholm, where our Stockholm Showroom is situated. Below a facsimile of the article featuring a photo of our conference room in our showroom. Please find the article here >>
The building, which resembles an iron, is designed by Inga Varg from Rosenbergs arkitekter. The distance between the walls at the very tip of the building is so small that one can touch both sides at the same time. This design was chosen in accordance with the site, which is entrained between the road and the railway, in order to use the space available as effectively as possible.
The building is constructed in concrete, which was quite controversial at the time of the first drawings. However, it was very suitable for the site due to the high demands on fast construction and high safety of the building the close proximity with the railroad required. In order to make the facade more interesting the concrete was balanced with glass, giving the building a modern look.
If you happen to be in our Stockholm neigbourhood, you are most welcome to visit our Showroom at Torsgatan 13!