Open hotel nestled in the archipelago
In January 2016, TEA was hired by Arkösund’s Hotel to re-create the original late 1800s hotel building, in a modern style. Recently added buildings were also to be given a consistent look. Located in the Östgötaskärgården archipelago, 50 km east of Norrköping, the hotel was destined to be opened out towards the ocean, to create a natural connection to the archipelago, piers and boating life.
Already in May 2016, Arkösund’s Hotel was re-opened for guests after the renovations. A new canopy creates a natural place where outside and inside meet, and the patio area has been expanded to increase the number of seats in the summer time. Local materials were used for the light contemporary interior, while a muted colour scheme was selected for the modern yet timeless furniture.
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 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.
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.