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With 70 apartments, Svea Torn is a new part of our skyline. I agree with Gizelle's previous comment - how do you arrange the furniture without right angles?
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Svea torn (map) 23 Feb 2008

7 comments: said...

interesting architecture. i bet it makes for great views to the outside!

Alexander said...

I think it is good to look at, and it will have a good view, but I bet the rooms will be small. It will be interesting to see how is the layout of the flat like. :)

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Olivier said...

une architecture surprenante, j'aime beaucoup la perspective de cette photo.

Architecture Surprisingly, I really like the perspective of this picture.

Anonymous said...

It is a very cool building, but I think your photography makes it far more interesting.

Z said...

Cool! Arrange the furniture how you want to... I think this provides more freedom, as you don't have to align things to right angles and such. Anyway, how wide are the balconies?

Per Stromsjo said...

We should find ourselves a correspondent on the inside really,, Z and Alexander. Then we would know more about balconies and flat layouts. And the views, not to forget.

Olivier: a bit of sunlight and some symmetry is all you need sometimes... :)

Abby: It *is* cool, I spent a couple of hours sneaking around it.

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Ming the Merciless said...

I assume if one can afford an apartment in that building, one can afford a PROFESSIONAL decorator to help figure out where to put the sofa. :-)

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