HTL Hotel Stockholm by Koncept Stockholm, photo: Felix Odell
HTL Hotels is a new hotel concept that offers a simplified experience as well as a luxury feel on a budget. Koncept Stockholm was responsible for the interior and design of the first HTL Hotel, the 274-room HTL Kungsgatan in the city centre of Stockholm.
Strömkajen Ferry Terminals by Marge Arkitekter, photo: Johan Fowelin
In Strömkajen, one of Stockholm’s most visited areas, opposite the Royal Palace, next to the Grand Hotel and the National Art Gallery, is Marge Arkitekter’s new terminal buildings for archipelago boat traffic.
EY Office Stockholm by Tengbom, photo: Jason Strong
Sweden’s Tengbom has redeveloped the public areas, such as the reception, library, conference rooms and atrium, of the Stockholm office of Ernst & Young.
‘Kafé Bulten’ interior by Moodus AB, photo: Mathias Nero
Named for the old block where it’s located, the Kafé Bulten is a central gathering spot in the new Hornstull mall in Stockholm. In keeping with the property owners ambition to achieve a commercial area full of life and diversity, the coffeeshop attempts to capture the spirit of Hornstull, formerly a working-class neighbourhood, now a place that’s looked upon as a creative melting pot in Stockholm.