Highlight: House of Sweden


House of Sweden/Swedish Embassy

Large glass expanses coupled with a perforated wooden ceiling create a sense of openness in the ground floor public reception area. Fluorescent T5 tubes hidden behind the wood ceiling and a layer of white acoustic fabric along with the dot pattern creates a shimmering lighting effect.

The dot motif is carried throughout the building as seen in the glass panels of the stairway leading to the conference center and on the glass partitions in the embassy's staff quarters (next image). A wood-patterned glass gives the façade its distinctive character.

Decorative fixtures with tulle shade add a playful touch in the staff's lunchroom area.

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