Thomas Eriksson Architects develops distinctive designs and high-quality architecture – always with their own character.
30 May, 2017
Design by TEA at celebrated trade fair
When Clerkenwell Design Week was held in London on 23rd – 25th May this year, Edsbyn Kontorsmöbler (office furniture), one of Sweden’s most reputable furniture producers, were there with an exhibition stand. One of the things those who visited the stand were able to see was the NEAT furniture series, designed by TEA.
16 February, 2017
TEA looking to recruit architects
Welcome to our team. We work with projects in different phases across a range of areas. If you have a few or many years of experience and are used to working with Archicad, that’s a bonus. We’d like to meet anybody who is curious and wants to find out more.
13 February, 2017
New Loop Stool stands steady
Thomas Eriksson Architects previously designed the NEAT and PIECE furniture series for Edsbyn, one of Sweden’s most respected furniture producers. This collaboration has now resulted in Loop Stool – a stable and durable stool with a high degree of comfort.
30 January, 2017
Väsby Terrace apartments up for sale
On behalf of BRABO (real estate), Thomas Eriksson Architects designed an apartment block containing 59 apartments in Runby, Upplands Väsby, just north of Stockholm.
18 January, 2017
TEA win in Vallentuna
Thomas Eriksson Architects together with Vectura Fastigheter (real estate) have won a building tender for Vallentuna’s new neighbourhood Kristineberg north of Stockholm.
9 January, 2017
We are pleased to welcome Zuzanna Trebska who started working with us at TEA on 9th January.
26 August, 2016
Residential home designed with care
During the summer, work began on the building of Tule Plaza, a residential care home in Sundbyberg outside Stockholm. The property is located on Tulegatan, a street that is undergoing extensive changes to bring about a more urban atmosphere.
15 August, 2016
Open hotel nestled in the archipelago
In January 2016, TEA was hired by Arkösunds Hotell to re-create the original late 1800s hotel building, in a modern style. Recently added buildings were also to be given a consistent look. Already in May 2016, Arkösunds hotel was re-opened for guests after the renovations.