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    It's been 50 years since the Northern bricklayer Per-Rune Semrén founded the architectural firm we call our workplace today. But it is far more than just his sirname that lives on. Per-Rune was a pure rationalist, and with his understanding of the developer's business, he managed to deliver what we today call value-creating architecture. ...

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    Maria Broman is the CEO of Semrén & Månsson International. Looking back at the previous five years in Russia, she finds that the architectural firm not only has established itself as a reliable player on the Russian market but also gained the respect of an office to be reckoned with.   ...

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    Semrén & Månsson is strengthening their position in the expansive Öresund region by setting up shop in Malmö. The new office means a stronger presence in the existing projects, but it also facilitates further development in the area, where Semrén & Månsson’s projects have been growing in both size and number....

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    The UN is holding an extraordinary climate summit this week, and climate activists are mobilising for manifestations worldwide. Meanwhile, Swedish architects are committing to the climate and biological diversity through the appeal Architects Declare, where Semrén & Månsson Architects is one of the driving forces. The message is clear: We need to act now, and to strengthen our measures, the company is appointing a dedicated sustainability strategist.    ...

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    People say the most sustainable square meter is the one that isn't constructed. However, construction is crucial in order to tackle the housing shortage and to deal with the substantial demand for premises in the city centres. An upward extension is a far more sustainable solution than new construction - and in the best of cases, it is made from wood. ...

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