Location: Švedija, Stockholm
Main contractor: Veidekke
Architect: Marge Arkitekter
Developer: Vasakronan
Completion: 2019
Status: Baigtas
Type: Commercial
Unitised facade (m2): 4700
Scope of works: Unitised, stick curtain walls and hybrid windows

With a uniquely visible location towards Sveavägen and Sergels torg in Stockholm, the new Sergelhuset is built. It offers nine-storey offices of a total of 15,000 square meters in absolute top condition, which in terms of design exudes the Scandinavian 60s as a flirtation with the history of the place.

The upper, extended floors are something really special with terraces and views of the city. The house has an updated facade where the original granite is reused but the expression becomes something new. The bright, light and open facade flirts with the original thoughts from the 60s. Two new floors are also added from the existing roof. Street level opens up with large glass sections, “eyes to the street”, and gets a strong commercial touch. Here, space is made for trade, experiences and activities. KG Constructions have designed, produced, transported and installed ~4 800 sq. meters of unitised and almost 1 000 sq. meters of stick curtain walling systems.

The Sergel houses, which consist of three different buildings totaling 60,000 sq. meters, have completed LEED certification – Platinum and with a world-class ranking. There is only one other project in the world that has reached higher scores, a property in Dubai.

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