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2013

City Guide

Stockholm

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From" Scandinavia " with love!"

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Why is Stockholm so great

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Where to go for: A caffeine fix A great lunch Fine dining A night out A stylish stay Things to do & see The best shopping The best design events The best souvenirs

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Local’s tip: Saša Antić" Eero Koivisto Idha Lindhag Johan Oscarson

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Editor’s note! If you haven’t been to Stockholm yet, it definitely has to be added to your bucket list. It is chic, but with an edgy feel. It is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, with swanky hotels and bars, beautiful nature with jewel-like islands, fantastic shopping, acclaimed chefs, an enviable quality of life, and a thriving design scene. There is so much to discover! Dozens of creative startups, trendy hangouts and inspiring shops and showrooms are opening up every month, making it almost impossible to gather everything the Swedish capital has to offer into one travel guide… Here, we made a selection of some of the best places in Stockholm we believe every design and interiors fan should visit. This guide, I hope, will help you discover an amazing city, and inspire you to pack your bag, and go! I would like to thank Saša Antić, Eero Koivito, Idha Lindhag and Johan Oscarson for answering our questions and sharing with us their top spots around the city. A special mention to Bryan Shields from Fluxwurx.com for kindly allowing us to use his fantastic pictures of Stockholm throughout the guide. I hope you enjoy the guide!

Catherine Lazure-Guinard Founder and Editor in Chief catherine@nordicdesign.ca

Contributor! Justine Van Erck! justine.vanerck@student.luca-arts.be Justine Van Erck is a young and dedicated student in Interior Architecture at LUCA School of Arts in Belgium. An avid fan of travelling, she recently discovered Stockholm on her quest to find out more about Scandinavian design. Photo credits: mmm-photo.be!

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What makes"Stockholm Saša Antić, Stylist:" “We have a lot of open spaces and the buildings are not so crowded here. All the water makes Stockholm a more ‘open’ city. And also we have a lot of green parks and we’re close to the nature. I think the Old Town, in the middle of everything, is a one of a kind.”

Eero Koivisto, Architect:" “Stockholm is a small big city, compared to the other Nordic capitals that instead are big small cities. An important difference. Compared to other world capitals, it’s very manageable size-wise. You can walk almost everywhere.”

Idha Lindhag, Photographer:" “Nature, purity, style consciousness. The city is called ‘the little brother of Venice’ and, as I’m half Italian, this strikes a chord with me! I also like the freedom to be able to ride your bike anywhere.”

Catherine L.azure-Guinard, Nordic Design Founder: “There is such a fantastic energy. I find it refreshing and incredibly inspiring. It has everything: An up-and-coming food scene, beautiful people (as cliché as it sounds, it is true), amazing design, great architecture and events, lots of green spaces… What’s not to love!?

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m so great?" Johan Oscarson, Architect:" “It has a unique beautiful setting in close relation to nature and water. I love the bright magic summer nights and the cold and crisp winter days when one, if lucky, can go ice-skating in the middle of the city.”

Justine Van Erck, Nordic Design Intern:" “I really like the people and their mentality. They are friendly and welcoming. I love the combination of nature and urban life all into one. I enjoyed experiencing bits of the Swede’s lifestyle during my stay, and I definitely fell in love with this city!”

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Where to go"

for a caeine fix" Bakery & Spice" A lovely small bakery with a minimalistic interior and raw details, in the popular residential neighborhood of Vasastan. Plus: You can enjoy your delicious bun in the nearby leafy park. Torsgatan 46 bakeryandspice.se

Photo credits: JustineVan Erck"

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Kaffeverket" This is a great place to go for an informal lunch or a great cup of coffee. It is cozy, with a friendly atmosphere. Rålambsvägen 25 kaffeverket.nu

Photo credits: JustineVan Erck"

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Fabrique" Increasingly popular since its opening in 2009, Fabrique now counts over 6 locations across town. You’ll definitely want to try the fantastic artisanal sourdough bread at this stone oven bakery. It also has a great industrial dÊcor. Rosenlundsgatan 28 fabrique.se

Photo credits: JustineVan Erck"

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Where to go"

for a great lunch" Bar Central" It is the place to go for a satisfying bistro meal, with centralEuropean influences and a great wine list. Tasty food, friendly service, a trendy interior, and a beautiful location. Overall, a charming experience! Sk책negatan 83, barcentral.se

Photo credits: Bar Central"

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Restaurant Museet" A rising star of Stockholm’s dining scene. We love the interior designed by Richard Lindvall, with wall mounted cognac colored leather sofas, dark wooden floors, brass details, old factory pendant lamps, etc. The cocktail bar alone is worth the visit. Birger Jarlsgatan 41 restaurangmuseet.se

Photo credits: Richard Lindva,"

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B.A.R." A local’s favorite, B.A.R. is reputed for its uncomplicated, delicious menu of fish and seafood. We love the industrial chic and informal interior with wood, stainless steel, and black furniture. Blasieholmsgatan 4a restaurangbar.se

Photo credits: B.A.R. "

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Where to go"

for fine dining" Frantzén" Stockholm’s answer to Noma, Frantzén is a game-changer in the Scandi food revolution. It proudly holds the 12th place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. About 95% of ingredients used are from Sweden, and the chef, Bjorn Frantzén, has a strong focus on simplicity and purity of flavor. Expect an imaginative menu in a simple and elegant dining room. Lilla Nygatan 21 restaurantfrantzen.com

Photo credits: Frantzén"

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Photo credits: Frederik Petersson/Ohmy.nu "

Gastrologik" Here you’ll get a brilliant and innovative tasting menu full of surprises, dictated by the daily supply of local ingredients. The chefs propose well-presented dishes such as foraged lichen deep-fried in sourdough batter, or braised oxtail with beer gelée and dried beetroots. You’ll enjoy this authentic experience in an intimate and minimalistic dining room designed by architect Jonas Lindvall. Next door, the restaurant’s Speceriet is a great alternative for smaller budgets. You’ll get an accessible, unpretentious meal made with the same high quality ingredients as at Gastologik. Exciting flavors and culinary experience, combined with an informal, cozy feel. Artillerigatan 14 Gastrologik.se 16


Mathias Dahlgren’s Matsalen & Matbaren" These two eateries by celebrity chef Mathias Dahlgren will definitely meet your expectations. Two experiences, one philosophy. “With a Swedish identity on a regional platform, I create my cuisine, open for local as well as global ingredients and influences. A cuisine based on natural produce and natural taste – the natural cuisine.” – Mathias Dahlgren At Matsalen, ‘The Dining Room’, you’ll taste high-quality, innovative dishes in a refined and elegant setting. Well worth the two Michelin stars! Next door, Matbaren, ‘The Food Bar’, is a modern bistro with an informal, relax and confortable atmosphere. Fresh seasonal produce, interesting menu, and excellent wine pairing. All in all, a great value for money.  Sodra Blasieholmshammen 6 mathiasdahlgren.com

Photo credits: Restaurant Mathias Dahlgren"

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Where to go"

for a night out" Nazdrowje" Talented Swedish designer Richard Lindvall succeeded in turning a former car park into a sleek restaurant and nightclub. Concrete, steel, copper… the rawness of the place still remains, but it has become a modern and hip hangout we definitely recommend for a night out. Edövägen 2

Photo credits: Richard Lindva,"

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Photo credits: restauranghimlen.se"

Och Himlen Därti," At the top of a skyscraper in Södermalm, this luxurious and sophisticated sky bar offers amazing 360-degree views of Stockholm – A great place for a drink at sunset. Götgatan 78 restauranghimlen.se

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Terrassen F12" Located in the historic building of the Royal Academy of Arts, F12 Terrassen is a fashionable nightclub known for its stylish crowd, famous DJs, cool terrace and great vistas. It has a young, upbeat vibe, and al fresco dancing. Fredsgatan 12 terrassen.f12.se

Photo credits: F12"

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Where to go"

for a stylish stay"

Nobis hotel" You’ll find a calm, relaxing and sophisticated atmosphere at this recently revamped 19th century building on Norrmalmstorg square. Architects trio Claesson Koivisto Rune made sure to preserve the beautiful traditional features of the place, while adding a touch of modernity. The result: a warm interior with casual elegance and a unique character. Norrmalmstorg 2-4 nobishotel.se Photo credits:" Åke E:son Lindman

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Scandic Grand Central" This is the flagship of the Swedish chain hotel Scandic, within walkingdistance of everything. It has a Scandinavian chic and cool interior created by Koncept Stockholm. Loads of personality, with an edgy vibe! Kungsgatan 70 scandichotels.com

Photo credits: Koncept.se & Scandic Grand Central"

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Clarion Sign" The highlights of the Clarion Sign are its modern architecture, large windows, and furniture by Scandinavian designers like Arne Jacobsen and Alvar Aalto. It has a convenient location, near the Arlanda Express terminal. Enjoy the rooftop heated outdoor pool, as well as its high quality spa. Östra Järnvägsgatan 35 clarionsign.com

Photo credits: Clarion Sign"

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Story Hotel" The moody hues, soft textures and quirky, intriguing details of this hotel create a mysterious but warm cocoon. The raw, unfinished walls provide an edgy touch to the bohemian chic interior. Beautiful prints from Wonderwall.se further enhance the arty spirit of the place. The bar is often filled with trendy locals. Riddargatan 6 storyhotels.com

Photo credits: Story Hotel"

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Skeppsholmen Hotel" This hotel is located in the heart of Stockholm, on Skeppsholmen island, a lush urban oasis. It is housed in a former Marine barracks built in 1699, and is beautifully renovated following the clean lines of the Nordic style. The interior is simple and contemporary, with beautiful design pieces. GrĂśna gĂĽngen 1 hotelskeppsholmen.com Photo credits: Max Plunger"

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Ett Hem" Designer Ilse Crawford recently transformed this classic town house into a contemporary, elegant and cozy boutique hotel. It has a beautiful mix of Scandinavian antiques and design, art, and modern objects. Ett Hem is part of the group Small Luxury Hotels of the World. SkĂśldungagatan 2 etthemstockholm.se

Photo credits: Ă…ke E:son Lindman

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What to"

do and see" Fotografiska" The Swedish Museum of Photography is a beautiful gallery located in a former industrial building by the water. It features about 20 exclusive exhibitions every year, and it is said to be the world’s largest space for contemporary photography. Grab a bite at the museum’s café on the top floor for great views of the city. Stadsgårdshamnen 22 fotografiska.eu

Photo credits: Fotografiska"

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Nordiska Museet" You’ll easily spend 2 to 3 hours exploring the Nordic Museum and discovering Swedish culture, traditions, furniture, interior design, trends, and more. If you don’t have much time, a short walk around this impressive late 19th century building is definitely worth it. Djurgårdsvägen 6-16 Nordiskamuseet.se

Photo credits: Nordiska Museet"

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Photo credits: Moderna Museet"

Moderna Museet " A must when in Sweden’s capital city! Moderna Museet has a world-class art and design collection by notable artists such as Andy Warhol, Picasso, Dali, Pollock, and many more. It also has a fantastic gift shop. Skeppsholmen modernamuseet.se

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Day Spa" The ideal place to treat yourself and wind down after a long day of wandering around Stockholm. Launched in November 2012 by Tobias OllÊn and Alexander Thorstrand, this design-oriented concept spa aims to make massages and facials accessible to all, in an inviting and unpretentious environment. They even have baby sitters on-site every Tuesday and Thursday morning! They offer a large selection of refreshing and soothing spa treatment as well as lovely products by Malin + Goetz, Baxter of California, and Elemental Herbology, among others. Klarabergsgatan 50 dayspa.se

Photo credits: Day Spa"

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STHLM Design District" Located on the west side of Sรถdermalm, this is an area dedicated to over 30 leading companies in the field of design, textile and furniture: Almedahls, Orrefors, Swedstyle, etc. It often has open showroom events, and is a key location during the annual Stockholm Design Week. Hรถgbergsgatan 93 sthlmdesigndistrict.se

Photo credits: STHLM Design District / Etage1"

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Underground Art" Explore the surprising and beautiful underground Metro stations featuring permanent art exhibitions by some 150 artists. Amazing sculptures, mosaics, paintings and other installations are for you to see for the price of a Metro ticket!

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Where to go"

for the best shopping" Bibliotekstan" You’ll find the best of Sweden’s fashion labels in the pedestrian shopping district of Bibliotekstan: Acne, Whyred, Filippa K, Hope, and Rodebjer, among others. Make your pick among self-guided walking tours to discover the district. bibliotekstan.se

Asplund" A real design mecca! Asplund produces work by Thomas Sandell, Stina Sandwall, Claesson Koivisto Rune, and other talented designers. The shop also stocks a selected collection of contemporary designs by Alessi, Stelton, Moooi and Capellini, among others. Even if you don’t buy anything, walking around will give you a great dose of interior inspiration. Sibyllegatan 31 asplund.org

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Design House Stockholm" At DHS’s concept store on Norrmalmstorg square, you’ll find functional, beautiful and timeless designs from porcelain and clothing to glass and lighting. The company represents over 60 independent designers, and a visit will give you a good sense of Sweden’s design scene. Smålandsgatan 16 designhousestockholm.com

Modernity" If you are into vintage design and 20th century antiques, don’t miss out on Modernity. This store-meetsgallery stocks furniture, lighting and glassware from icons such as Alvar Aalto, Josef Frank, Arne Jacobsen and Bruno Mathsson. They ship worldwide. Sibyllegatan 6 modernity.se

Nordiska Kompaniet" NK is a luxurious department store with a great interior design section. It is a great place to shop for Swedish souvenirs on a rainy day, as you’ll find everything under one roof. Hamngatan 18 nk.se

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Konsthantverkarna" A great place to find inspiration, fine Swedish craftsmanship and highquality design. The shop is filled with glass, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, wood and leather accessories, and much more. Södermalmstorg 4 konsthantverkarna.se

Lotta Agaton" A lovely little shop with beautiful products for your home curated by super talented interior stylist Lotta Agaton. You’ll probably want to buy everything in the store… Rådmansgatan 7 lottaagaton.se

Svenskt Tenn" A must for classic Swedish interior furnishings! The store and design studio offers an immersive experience into the world of Josef Frank, and you’ll discover his colorful, bold textiles, among others. Standvagen 5 svenskttenn.se

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‌and some more!" Norrgavel" Birger Jarlsgatan 27 norrgavel.se

Nordiska Ga,eriet" Nybrogatan 11 nordiskagalleriet.se

Haberdash" Kocksgatan 17 & Upplandsgatan 50 haberdash.se

Granit" Kundsgatan 42 (and others) granit.se

Dusty Deco " Kocksgatan 23 dustydeco.com "

Malmsten Butiken" Strandvägen 5b malmsten.se 38


The best"

design events " Stockholm Design Week" Usually held early February each year, Stockholm Design week is one of the world’s largest meeting places for Scandinavian furniture and lighting design. You’ll enjoy shows and special exhibitions all over the city throughout the week. stockholmdesignweek.com

Photo credits: Rebecca Orlov"

Stockholm Furniture Fair & Northern Light Fair" These are two key exhibitions of the Stockholm Design Week. Discover hundreds of exhibitors and amazing designs from Scandinavia. stockholmfurniturefair.se/

Photo credits: Färg & Blanche"

Formex Interior Design Trade Fair" This is the largest interior design fair focusing exclusively on Nordic design. Over 850 exhibitors meet up at this exciting event. Get ready for a serious design fix! formex.se

Photo credits: Designboom"

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Photo credits: Bryan Shields, Fluxwurx.com"

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The best"

souvenirs" To-die-for -agrances Byredo, Mäster Samuelsgatan 6 byredo.com

Pretty prints" Talent Gallery, Kocksgatan 23 talentgallery.se

A pair of jeans " Acne Studio, Norrmalmstorg 2, acnestudios.com  " Ceramics " Manos, Renstiernas gata 22 manosshop.se

A stylish Bag" Sandqvist, Swedenborgsgatan 3 sandqvist.net

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Bath products" Lilla Brukket at R.O.O.M. HĂśtorget square lillabruket.se

Caramels" Pärlans Konfektyr, Nytorgsgatan 38 parlanskonfektyr.se

Colorful Cushions" Svenskt Tenn, Standvagen 5 svenskttenn.se

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We asked"

a local" Saša Antić! Talented stylist, set designer and art director living in Stockholm. His philosophy: “Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes and having fun.” Make sure to check out his website sasaantic.com and his inspiring Tumblr sasaantic.tumblr.com.

Q: What are your must see places in Stockholm?! •  For design: Artek, Asplund (p.37), Nordiska Galleriet (p.40), Modernity (p.38), Jacksons, Svenskt Tenn (p.39), Kaolin, Konsthantverkarna (p.39), Blås & Knåda. •  For culture & art: Moderna Museet (p.33), Artipelag, Millesgården, Magasin 3, Andréhn Schiptjenko, Skogskyrkogården. •  For the hipper crowd: I’ll Café, POM & Flora, Christoffers Blommor, Grandpa, Coctail, Dusty Deco (p.40), King Lily. •  For food and drinks: La Vecchia Signora, IL Tempo, Speceriet (p.18), Lydmar, Hotel Skeppsholmen (p.29), Aarts, Prinsen. Q: What would be the best 24h in the city? ! Wake up and go have a lovely breakfast at Hotel Skeppsholmen (p.29). After, take the boat to the nearby archipelago for a couple of hours, to cruise around the islands... Take the boat back to the city, and go to Lydmar for drinks. For dinner, go to Il tempo for delicious Italian pasta. Finish the evening strolling down town, and see where the city and night takes you! Q: Best view of the city:! I would say Katarinavägen. The view is perfect, over looking the water, all the churches and the Old Town. Q: Anything else you’d like to share about Stockholm?! Stockholm is a gay friendly city. If you’re gay and want to go to a nice, welcoming bar, don´t miss out on SideTrack.

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Photo credits: Henrik Halvarsson"

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We asked"

a local" Eero Koivisto" Eero is part of architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune, and collaborated on several innovative projects ranging from design interiors and architecture to consumer products. Recipient of numerous awards, his firm are behind the Nobis Hotel in Stockholm (p.23), the Sfera Building in Kyoto and the Swedish Ambassador’s residence in Berlin, among others. Read more: ckr.se Q: What are your must see places in Stockholm?! •  The Museum Of Modern Art (p.33) has a very good collection. Best in Scandinavia without question. The Wasa Museum. Built around a huge ship that sunk in the Stockholm harbor many hundred years ago. Interesting building too. •  Regarding restaurants I suggest Mattias Dahlgren (p.19). One of the world’s best in my opinion. •  The best design store is Asplund (p.37). They have a very strong Nordic identity, de- spite the fact that many things in the store are not Scandinavian. •  My favorite antique stores are Modernity (p.38) and Jackson’s. Both are mostly dealing with hard-to-find top-level modernist objects. •  The best hotels are Ett Hem (p.30), Nobis Hotel (p.25) and Hotel Skeppsholmen (p.29). Q: Your favorite thing(s) about Stockholm:! All the water within the city. Actually Stockholm is built on many islands connected by bridges. Not good from a traffic point of view, bit nice for walking. It’s also a very green city, with a lot of parks. Good for kids growing up. Q: What would be the best 24h in the city? ! Sleep late. Have a coffee at Sturekatten, a very old coffee place with a lot of atmosphere. Walk through Humlegården Park to Gun Gallery, the best contemporary photographers’ gallery in Scandinavia. Then have lunch at Food next door. Afterward, walk through the city and stop at Byredo, Acne, Fifth Ave. Shoe Repair and other Swedish contemporary fashion shops. Then walk through the Old Town, up the hill to Södermalm and the SOFO area. It has many independent small shops, bars, and restaurants close to Nytorget, such as Urban Deli. Have some drinks and a late dinner at Bar Central or La Vecchia Signora. Q: Anything else you’d like to share about Stockholm?! The summer months are best for a visit to Stockholm. During the Design Week in February it’s cold, but there are many happenings in the city. 45


Photo credits: Claesson Koivisto Rune"

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We asked"

a local" Idha Lindhag" Italian/Swedish photographer specializing in interiors, still life and portraits. She has been living in Stockholm for the last ten years, in Södermalm. She counts numerous clients such as Elle Interiör, NK Stil, New York Times, Casa Vogue, IKEA, and Livingetc., among others. See her portfolio: idhalindhag.com Q: What are your must see places in Stockholm?! •  Visit Gunnar Asplund’s and Lewerentz’s beautiful project “Skogskyrkogården”, which is an incredibly beautiful and peaceful cemetery. •  Dine at the lovely restaurant de Ville. •  Have a drink on Södermalm’s most popular media hang out, Babylon. •  Take the boat out to the new art museum Artipelag, worth just walk in the surroundings. Q: Best view of the city:! •  The view from my kitchen window during the blue hour, over Norrmälarstrand with a strong coffee. •  The view from the large hill behind the old Munchen brewery, the hill is often filled with kids who play music and drink beer. •  The view from the Ersta terrace, you can reach it if you go down the Fjällgatan. •  The view from the Town hall terrace (Stadshuset) where you can see over to the beautiful Södermalm. •  The view from a boat somewhere in town, maybe my best tip! Q: Anything else you’d like to share with us?! If you have more time, then take the ferry over to our beautiful island of Gotland, about 5 hours from Stockholm. An amazing place with the most changeable nature. Krakas Krog is restaurant where I ate my best dinner ever!

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Photo credits: Idha Lindhag for E,e Interiรถr"

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We asked"

a local" Johan Oscarson! This young and talented architect founded the firm Elding Oscarson with Jonas Elding back in 2007. He created acclaimed museums, theaters, private houses, interiors, furniture and product design. He is living in Stockholm since 1999. Read more: eldingoscarson.com

Q: What are your must see places in Stockholm?! •  The Public Library by Asplund is a must, as well as the Woodland cemetery by Asplund and Lewerentz. My personal favorite building is the Woodland chapel from 1918. •  For food, pay a visit to Östermalmshallen or Hötorgshallen, which are the two main food market halls. During season in August the scent of dill from the freshly cooked crayfish is fantastic. Do lunch at Operakällaren “Bakfickan”, an intimate relaxed counter restaurant with a beautiful interior. Go for the famous meatballs. •  For design, Asplund (p.37) is a contemporary selected design shop on Sibyllegatan. Check out especially their own brand. And don’t forget Svenskt Tenn (p.39): Classic design shop appreciated by all generations with its classic modern design from the Austrian architect Josef Frank, who was brought to Sweden by Estrid Ericson during world war II. •  Museum wise, Moderna Museet (p.33) is nicely situated at Skeppsholmen. It is designed by Moneo. I also recommend Fotografiska (p.31), a new and very successful museum of photography often with bold exhibitions. Q: What would be the best 24h in the city? ! Take an early morning walk or run on Djurgården, a beautiful island with a number of fantastic places worth visiting: Rosendal’s gardens, an open garden with a great café or Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, a classic art museum by Ferdinand Boberg. Go west to Vasastan and visit the Public library by Asplund on Sveavägen. Try lunch at the small sourdough pizzeria “Pizza Hatt” on Upplandsgatan 9, run by creatives from Cheap Monday Jeans. Check out the art galleries on and around Hudiksvallsgatan, Andréhn Schiptjenko. among others. Explore Kungsholmen with the beautiful functionalist houses along Norr Mälarstrand and the City Hall by Ragnar Östberg where the Nobel prize banquet is held. Go to Taylor & Jones on Hantverkargatan to buy some fresh sausages and still in the neighborhood visit Le petit France for a coffee and cake, situated in the famous Merkelius House. Do some late shopping at the classic department store NK (p.32) on Hamngatan. You will find a loads of more great shopping in the blocks nearby: Acne Jeans on Norrmalmstorg or Byredo Parfums at Mäster Samuelsgatan. Start the evening at the bar Sturehof at Stureplan enjoying the typical and evergreen interior by Jonas Bohlin. Have dinner at Matbaren (p.19), a relaxed yet top notch “back pocket” restaurant by Mattias Dahlgren. Enjoy the amazing view of Stockholm city by night from Gondolen, a bar located in the Katarina elevator which is a public elevator situated by Slussen.

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Photo credits: Ă…ke E:son Lindman

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