Kvartetten (Pulpeten 5) – modern office premises with a focus on people and the environment will be a stone’s throw away from Hyllie station. Kvartetten will be an inspiring block with several facades, all with different identities and designs based on the Öresund region. The four facades will bring to mind the fertile farmland, the greenery of Malmö’s parks, Höganäs Keramik and the limestone of Limhamn. Everything that modern companies could wish for will be found in Kvartetten. Large, functional floor plans that are a perfect fit even for larger organisations, a large roof terrace equipped with outdoor working spaces and the opportunity for a change of scenery. The building will also come with a large, bright lobby with a shared reception, conference rooms and a restaurant as well as a modern sports lounge on the ground floor, and shower and changing facilities to make it easier for those commuting by bicycle. The building will be certified to SGBC Gold and WELL. SGBC is a Swedish certification where only the most ambitious buildings meet gold level requirements when it comes to environmental performance and an excellent working environment. WELL is a health certification that focuses on the areas that, according to research, have the greatest impact on our wellbeing, such as diet, mind, community, sound, light, air, water and movement.
The unique total area of the office building is 16,000 m2. Our Group of companies is responsible for the design, production, transportation and installation of 7 525 m2 of unitised and of 1 390 m2 of stick curtain walls facades. The building, which stands out for its diversity, will consist of even four types of unitised facade: lamella (green), brick-built (gold) and two-color ceramic facade’s types. The project will also have our prefabricated and installed aluminum-glass roof 176m2 above the courtyard, so more daylight can enter the building. Construction of the project has already begun. Production design is currently underway. Production of the elements is scheduled to begin in mid-September and installation is scheduled to begin in December this year.