swedbank headquarters by 3XN utilizes triple-V floorplan
 
swedbank headquarters by 3XN utilizes triple-V floorplan
jun 16, 2014

swedbank headquarters by 3XN utilizes triple-V floorplan

swedbank headquarters by 3XN utilizes triple-V floorplan
photo by adam mørk
all images courtesy of 3XN

 

 

 

danish architectural practice 3XN has finalized the 45,000 square meter headquarters of banking group swedbank. located five kilometers from stockhlom’s city center, in the suburb of sundbyberg, the architecture of the office building focuses on scandinavian simplicity, creating a range of integrated social environments.

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the office building focuses on scandinavian simplicity, creating a range of integrated social environments
photo by adam mørk

 

 

 

the building’s program is housed within an unconventional triple-V structure, meaning that employees are located closer to each other when compared to traditional office wings, resulting in more efficient internal communication and knowledge sharing between departments. the large volume is further broken down in order to create manageable spaces that function on a human scale. centered around two spiral staircases, a clear and efficient circulation route connects the building with stairs and bridges ensuring an active variation among the scheme’s eight levels.

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a generous provision of glazing helps ensure a sense of transparency
photo by adam mørk

 

 

 

semi-public areas are located at ground floor level, offering dining and conference facilities, with the trading floor positioned directly above. other floors contain open-plan offices with common rooms arranged around this central axis, providing a natural transportation path. kitchens, wardrobes and lounges placed along this route create non-defined areas which encourage informal meetings.

3XN swedbank headquarters stockholm designboom
a clear and efficient circulation route connects the building, centered around two spiral staircases
photos by adam mørk

3XN swedbank headquarters stockholm designboom
stairs and bridges ensure an active variation among the scheme’s eight levels
photo by adam mørk

3XN swedbank headquarters stockholm designboom
open-plan office space also contains smaller work pods for informal and formal meetings
photo by adam mørk

3XN swedbank headquarters stockholm designboom
a couch lined alcove in bright blue breaks up more formal meeting rooms
photo by adam mørk

3XN swedbank headquarters stockholm designboom
meeting room
photo by adam mørk

 

 

project info:

 

location: landsvägen, sundbyberg, stockholm
client: humlegården fastigheter
function: office headquarters
gross floor area: 45,000 sqm (up to 2,500 work stations)
completed: 2014
3XN role: architect
3XN team:
kim herforth nielsen, jan ammundsen, bo boje larsen, marie hesseldahl larsen, audun opdal, eva hviid-nielsen, sofia steffenoni, jeanette hansen, anders wadman, caroline purps, sona pohlova, sebastian le dantec reinhardt, julie rothman-pedersen, martin rejnholt frederiksen, simon hartmann-petersen, stine de bang, sune mogensen, noel wibrand
partners:
engineer: P O andersson konstruktionsbyrå AB, ikkab, hillstatik AB / project manager: forsen projekt / landscape architect: LAND arkitektur AB / interior architects: tengbom & 3XN / lighting: black ljusdesign AB / local collaborator: BSK arkitekter /textile design foyer: mette pedersen / jerome lhuilier

  • the features of this building are amazing n segregation of spaces is done in such a way that one will be confused at first time……i am totally amazed by this one

    jenvil

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