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. In March the light apartments, each with its own spacious balcony or outside area, came onto the market.

Väsby Terrass, as the apartment block has been named, has light, smooth concrete facades. Oak details and trellises covered with climbing plants decorate the ground floor, which opens out to the new local Runby square, just 500 metres from Väsby commuter train station.

Estimated moving in date for Väsby Terrass is summer 2018.

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20 June, 2018

TEA to do the interior design of Tyréns new head office

Thomas Erikson Arkitekter has been hired to do the interior design of the new head office of consulting company Tyréns, at Folkungagatan 44 in Stockholm.

16 April, 2018

TEA continues to grow

Thomas Eriksson Arkitekter is pleased to welcome two more Managing architects, Mehdi Bahrami and Henning Peinerud.

16 February, 2018

NEAT storage is expanding

On 6-10 February this year, Edsbyn Kontorsmöbler (office furniture) took part in Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.

18 October, 2017

Loop Stool - now even stronger

Earlier this year, Edsbyn Kontorsmöbler launched Loop Stool - an elegant and durable stool with a high degree of comfort.

16 October, 2017

SIX apartments up for sale

Thomas Eriksson Arkitekter was hired by BRABO to design 138 apartments in the SIX neighbourhood in Barkarbystaden, a new suburb in the north of Stockholm.

10 October, 2017

3 new recruits

TEA is pleased to welcome three new colleagues – Gerda Persson, Alex Vasile and Frida Jahnmatz.

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.

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.