Swan is wingless panorama in Swedish architecture

Designed for Länsförsäkringar Gävleborg, a Swedish banking and insurance company, the “Swan” by Petrén Merom Architects and Scheiwiller Svensson Architects Office is going to be a landmark in the architectural heritage of Sweden. Standing tall at 150 meters, the tower will become the second highest building, after Malmo’s Turning Torso, in the nation. The Swan will be located around the technology park of the Gävle, the oldest city in the historical Norrland (Sweden’s Northern lands). Finished with steel glazing and white concrete, the building will feature numerous offices in the lower part and a hotel and residential spaces in the middle, together with a restaurant at the top, giving a mesmerizing view of the city.


Via: Skyscrapernews

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