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Svensk Travsport Offices / Note Design Studio

Svensk Travsport Offices / Note Design Studio
© Mathias Nero
© Mathias Nero

Architects: Note Design Studio Location: Stockholm, Sweden Project Year: 2011 Photographs: Mathias Nero

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Sweden is the third biggest trotting country in the world – after the US and France – and the organization Svensk Travsport (Swedish Trotting) has been the central organization since 1952. When they relaunched their brand, they also redesigned their offices to be- come the natural meeting point for everything trotting.

The ambition was to create a space with personality; a bold, updated interior that engages the passionate people of swedish trotting. To emphasize the organizations history and extensive archives of horse breeding we designed two large, circular book shelves were you, crawled up inside can catch up on your thoroughbreds family tree. 

© Mathias Nero
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Cite: Diego Hernandez. "Svensk Travsport Offices / Note Design Studio" 18 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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