Fabege is now opening the doors to the Strandhuset office property in Luma for enterprising individuals and businesses searching for a creative workplace. Anyone who wants to discover how a unique office environment in a creative city district can affect inspiration and job satisfaction will now be able to book a trial period.
Luma is a building with an exciting history. The property was constructed as a lamp factory in the 1930s and was designed by the architects Artur von Schmalensee and Eskil Sundahl. The environment is valuable in terms of cultural heritage and Luma is considered one of the principal buildings in Stockholm representing the functionalist style of architecture. The office interiors are designed to promote creativity. The building includes standard office workplaces, but also creative space, lounge suites for discussions, a coffee corner for breaks and meetings, and a large terrace facing the water. A short distance away is the Luma factory café, full of activity and life, and the Strandpromenad walkway starts just outside the door.
"Luma and Hammarby Sjöstad have a creative atmosphere that is appreciated by many. We would now like more people to have the opportunity to discover this special office environment. We test drive cars before making a decision and we try on clothing before making a purchase – so why not test work in an office," says Johan Belin, Fabege’s Property manager in Hammarby Sjöstad.
In 2012, when Fabege also opened the doors to anyone who wanted to test work, it was a huge success with more than 70 companies and 400 individuals taking the opportunity to discover the unique office and the Hammarby Sjöstad city district, with everything that it offers. Luma is located less than ten minutes from the city and has excellent transport links. In addition to the bus service from Slussen, the light railway stops in Luma’s garden and the Sjöstad ferry docks on Luma’s seafront.
Between 20 May and 19 June, as well as 19 August and 31 October, it will be possible to book dates for test working at Standhuset. Bookings are made at www.lumapark.sePhotographs of the office and the surrounding areas are also available on the website.
Fabege AB (publ)