Interior design now delivered for Segerstedthuset
Geometric shapes, colour-coded floors and natural materials. The interior design delivered for Segerstedthuset this summer has been well thought out down to the smallest detail in order to be in harmony with the architecture of the building.
Procurement of furniture for Segerstedthuset in Uppsala was concluded just recently. The interior follows a concept devised by Indicum inredningsarkitekter AB. It takes its cue from the architecture of the building and focuses on natural materials such as wood and stone, employing a modern and minimalist idiom.
The different floors of the building will be distinguished by means of varied accent colours to make it easy to get your bearings within the premises. The colours will primarily feature in upholstery fabrics, screens and curtains and have been coordinated with the colour scheme of the building to ensure a harmonious overall impression.
Following completion of procurement, it became clear that Input interior in Uppsala will deliver the majority of the interior furnishings for the building. Starting at the end of May and on through June and July, furniture to a value of around SEK 15 million within the categories ‘Work and storage’, ‘Office chairs’, ‘Tables, sofas, chairs and pouffes’, ‘Tables and chairs’ and ‘Miscellaneous furniture, curtains and blinds’ was moved into place.
“With delivery required for summer, there were tight deadlines and complex logistics, which never deter us. We are a small local office, so for us it is especially pleasing to have the chance to deliver substantial volumes to a large client and a well-known project,” says Helena Nathorst, who works as a project manager at Input interior in Uppsala.
Curious about the result? Find out more about the vision and design for Segerstedthuset.