We´re moving our Stockholm office

We´re moving our Stockholm office

We´re moving our Stockholm office

19 / 2 - 2020

In May 2020 our Stockholm office is moving to a new building in Sickla, a more eastern area of the city. A unique and characteristic old formalin factory has been renovated and transformed into a state-of-the-art office space. The move becomes an important part of our continued journey of growth into having more sustainable work environments.

The characteristic brick-red factory lies proudly in Nobelberget in Sickla. The impressive building has been preserved and now offers state-of-the-art office space with a unique, industrial-historical touch. The new office space encourages collaboration and creative meetings; all based on a sustainable work environment.

We are really looking forward to moving into the new, fresh offices in Sickla. The building has a unique character and offers an office environment well adapted to our needs. The move is also an important step in our continued growth journey, where the location creates good opportunities for creativity and collaboration,” says Louise Bagewitz, acting CEO at IST.

A sustainable work environment

Sustainability has been the red thread throughout the planning process of the new office. Conscious material choices about the decor and furniture have been emphasised. The choice of suppliers has been made based on the same criteria. Once the office is taken into use, sustainability will continue to be given space and consideration, including well-thought-out recycling solutions.

A sustainable work environment is also about its social aspects. There will be room for effective working methods, but it is at least as important is that our employees feel inspired, motivated and happy on site. Opportunities for social interaction and cooperation have therefore been given aspects of the planning process. Combined with environmental aspects, this creates an office space that is durable even in the long term.

About Nobelberget
The district Nobelberget is part of Sickla in Nacka. Here, housing and office space are mixed with culture, nature and meeting places. The area contains several culturally historically valuable buildings that will be preserved and integrated with new buildings; the formalin factory is one of the former.