Stockholm Stadshus AB’s board decided in 2014 on May 5 to build 152 new environmentally classified rental apartments in Norra Djurgårdsstaden. The Hornslandet district has among others 6 blocks with balconies of OrganoWood that required 3000 square metres of panel. In addition to the balconies, there are a number of wooden benches, pergolas and other wooden structures. The homes have been designed with a high environmental profile where environment and energy issues have imbued the whole project.
“We are extremely happy and proud of this assignment, which is in line with our conscious commitment to sustainability and quality. With the Hornslandet district we have had the ambition of being on the leading edge in terms of creating an environment for a climate smart lifestyle employing innovative energy technologies where our experience from Hammarby Sjöstad has been key. Our goal has been to create an environment with openness, functionality, comfort and availability, which have also been the requirements of our client Stockholmshem,” says architect Maria Masgård, assignment manager at Tengbom.