Custom made for cultural oasis

Kulturhuset, the Stockholm House of Culture at Sergels Torg was opened to the publicin the 1970s and has since been one of Sweden’s most famous and well-visited buildings. The large glass house was designed by world-famous architect Peter Celsing to be a cultural oasis in the middle of the city. As of now, a number of bespoke Swedese chairs, designed by Maria Angantyr and Clara Lindencrona, can be found in the café on the street level.

During 2019-20, an extensive renovation and redecoration of Kulturhuset has been carried out. The architectural firm Ahrbom & Partner has worked with the house itself, but also designed new interiors. One of their assignments has been to decorate the entrance level, which holds a visitor center and a café.