I came to the office in 2005, I have a degree from Chalmers University and I was working in Malmö for six years before I decided I wanted to work just right here.

I enjoy drawing residential plans. For many people their home is the most important place, and trying to draw as good homes as possible is fun. Aside from drawing residential plans I mostly work with urban planning. I like the tradition we have at the office of creating a fine meshed urban fabric in a low, dense scale, with a rich flora of public areas in the urban space. I want to keep working in that spirit.

I have been working in all the stages of a project, with some more focus on the early stages where drawing and listening is of great importance. I have also had the privilege to follow-through several projects all the way to evaluation, which has been very enriching. It’s especially fun to meet the people who are now living in the houses we have designed, and who have made homes out of them.

I am one of the persons working with R&D at the office. Among other things this means that I am involved in planning field trips, lectures, study visits, and forthcoming publications. I myself have had the opportunity to write a book on one of our projects, so I know what an extra dimension it can add. The company is very committed to its R&D, which is something I am proud of. It is important to sometimes be able to step back and reflect over your daily work.

In my spare time I am renovating an old house in the countryside of Sörmland – a good complement to the daily work and routines in the city.

Andreas Svensson

Architect MSA, Partner
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