Rikshem AB has acquired the project Nouvelle. LaTERRE has since 2017 been working on the detailed plan which is the first in Stockholm County with zero parkin places. Rikshem is expected to take over the property at the end of next year.
Nouvelle becomes tenant through the acquisition of Rikshem AB
LaTERRE acquires Kv. Riset 11
LaTERRE has acquired the property Riset 11 on Gaveliusgatan, Södermalm. The previous owner was Stockholm County Council and today the building houses Vita Bergens Youth Center, which is operated by Magelungen AB.
Mo-Bo receives financial grant from innovation program Viable Cities
The research project Mo-Bo acts for architecture supporting sustainable mobility. Within the scope of the innovation program Viable Cities, Mo-Bo has received an endowment to continue the work and research about sustainable mobility and architecture. Together with KTH, SLU, Theory into Practice, Upplands Väsby municipality and Uppsala municipality, LaTERRE is a part of the project that is supposed to run through 2020.
LaTERRE secures land allocation in Slakthusområdet
LaTERRE has secured a highly sought-after land allocation in the first phase of Slakthusområdet and will be an important part of how Stockholm’s most attractive neighbourhood will be developed over the next few years.
Brf Nouvelle in Upplands Väsby receives grant from Vinnova
The Swedish innovation agency Vinnova gives research projects about sustainable mobility grants. Since the start of 2017, LaTERRE has successfully driven a planning process in Upplands Väsby, with parking norm zero as a result among others. The grant from Vinnova will go towards researching and developing how architecture and smart solutions can encourage a more sustainable mobility and lifestyle.