Sweco Architects has revamped the interiors of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.
The academy was originally built in 1912, and the interior of the main building has now been redesigned and technically upgraded.
The rooms have been given new life, enhanced features and a clearer identity, with textiles and furniture with a bold colour scheme inspired by the paint analysis of the building antiquarian.
The aim is for the interior to carry its history with pride and ease, while meeting the future with all modern facilities for meetings and global exchange, as a prime international arena of science.
This project has been longlisted in the civic and cultural interior project category of Dezeen Awards 2020.
Designer: Sweco Architects
Project: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
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