|||||||||The top-lit central atrium and its quirky offset spiral staircase|Swedbank’s concertina-shaped HQ in the suburb of Sundyberg|The atrium’s second spiral staircase, different in design to its neighbour|A lively mix of meeting spaces, each distinctive in its own way|The bustling main atrium sits at the heart of the triple-V-shaped building|A 3XN speciality, staircases are intended to increase staff interaction|Oak-clad meeting areas express Scandinavian design simplicity|The ground-level ‘street’ has a semi-public function, and includes a cafe||
23 Sep 2014

Swedbank HQ with 3XN’s statement staircases

Words by Pamela Buxton

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