Pörner + Pettersson was founded in the summer of 2018 as a result of two large design commissions, one residential block containing 140 apartments for Skanska in Täby Park and three residential blocks containing 450 student apartments for Svenska Bostäder in Albano. We are currently working on another residential block for Skanska in Täby Park and we have also contributed to the approved land allocation in Årstafältet. Future projects include Mälaräng and Södra Värtan for HSB, the latter belonging to Stockholm’s most prestigious development area in terms of sustainability.
We aren’t satisfied by merely receiving design commissions. By continuously presenting proposals to current and prospective clients, we’re building a collective future. So far, suggested projects have occurred on varying scales including (pre)schools, elderly care and housing, yet also consist of larger urban contexts in which we work directly with our contacts in various municipalities.
After 18 years as architects at Joliark and respectively Kjellander Sjöberg/AIX/Burkard Meyer, we – Magnus Pörner and Fredrik Pettersson – started a new office together. In addition to the role of responsible architect at Joliark, Magnus also acted as chairman of the board and CFO. Fredrik was the office manager alongside being the responsible architect at Kjellander Sjöberg.
We are a proactive architectural firm where ownership extends as we grow and in which all employees participate and share in its success financially. By focusing on clear ideas and thoughtful details throughout our creative process, we, together with our clients, create architectural values that will exceed what is expected and through an ecologically and socially sustainable way improve the urban environments we engage with. This is achieved by creating a beneficial surface efficiency and structure within our projects which generate effective financial conditions. We value the importance of maintaining a consistent and high level of work which we have been entrusted with, rather than becoming big.
- Magnus Pörner
Certified Environmental Building
- Fredrik Pettersson