PARK

The park uniting the Brädstapeln building complex was designed by Holger Blom (1906-1996), a noted landscape architect and the city’s former head gardener. The park is unfortunately hidden from view behind a wall and is largely unknown to the general public.

OPENING UP THE PARK TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC

To encourage greater use, the park will be opened up towards Fleminggatan and made more accessible. The park’s most important features – the artwork “Noah’s Dance” and the dam – will remain in their current form. The canal running from the dam will be extended with a raised planting bed at the far end. In the eastern part of the park, there will be a wooden platform with an open-air cafe. New trees will be planted in rows next to the atrium. An adjacent jetty will be reinforced to bring attention to the park and increase visitor numbers.

The park is redeveloped in collaboration with the architect Johan Paju at Fojab Arkitekt AB ›

Kontor Brädstapeln
OFFICES

The offices will be a central part of the neighborhood, catered to the evolved needs of modern businesses and their employees.

Handelsplan Brädstapeln
RETAIL AND SERVICES

The new hub of Kungsholmen. An urban environment where food, meetings, health, retail and services come together.

Park Brädstapeln
PARK

To encourage greater use, the park will be opened up towards Fleminggatan and made more accessible.