Category Archive: Architecture

Link arkitektur AB

I’ve been working for Link Arkitektur in Stockholm, since spring 2013.
At the moment I’m helping out the interior design department with the Project

”Technology for Health-NEO”, at Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge.

Entrance to NEO building

Entrance to NEO building

website for: Technology for health, about the project (in swedish)


During 2015 I worked for Roger Larsson with the project RSS, Rehab Station Stockholm Frösundavik:


website for: Rehab Station Stockholm


My first assignement with Link when I startde in 2013, was working with Roger Larssons school project

Brinkskolan, Täby

Brinkskolan Photo: Lindman Photography

Photo: Lindman Photography



During a halt in the RSS project for 6 months  I joined the team for Södersjukhuset (Stockholm South General Hospital), coordinating the technical consultants in the new building By70 that will provide modern facilities for emergency medical care, surgery and other specialist care.

The new future By70 at Södersjukhuset

The future By70 at Södersjukhuset

website for: Södersjukhuset about the new building


website for: Link Arkitektur

Strategisk Arkitektur

At the start of 2016 I made a short comeback at Strategisk Arkitektur to help with the transformation of Kv. Färöarna, Kista Park. It was great to meet old & new friends at the office again! On request I’ve promised to soon be back and show new photos from the underwater world.

website for: Strategisk Arkitektur

Continuing my work with ÅWL Arkitekter AB

It has been decided that my contract with ÅWL arkitekter AB is prolonged until june 2013.
I am looking forward to another period with a this very nice office!
check out there work at:

Beijing Capital International Airport

It was not noticeabel that Beijing Capital International Airport is the second largest airport in the world, but by all means it must be one of the best! Also many good functions that you often miss at other airports like: childrens play area, resting chairs, charging possibilities, shiny restrooms, free Internet (not Facebook though…).
Architect: Norman Foster & Partners 2008