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    Shoe shop karltex.se in Gothenburg has opened in Kungsportsplatsen over the summer, and its regular business is now in full swing.Semrén & Månsson has worked together with karltex.se and Wallenstam to devise an interior with as much “sneaker feel” as possible. The premises, which are located in the Hernhutaren block, have been fitted out in a low-key range of colours where leather and rubber, concrete and timber form a foundation for the footwear....

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    29 August heralds the groundbreaking ceremony for the Spektrum building, which is part of the new residential area of Nya Hovås, fifteen minutes from central Gothenburg.“Hearing the pile-driving apparatus so soon after the decision was made is a wonderful feeling. Spektrum is a concrete result of discussions. We are incredibly proud to be able to turn this vision into reality without delay,” says Jacob Torell, CEO of Next Step Group which recently began work on constructing Spektrum....

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    Things are really happening now at the junction of Östra Hamngatan and Kungsportsplatsen! Refurbishment of the Hernhutaren block has begun, a classic Gothenburg address that was home to both the owner of Meeths varuhus and GP's editorial team and printworks.Semrén & Månsson has designed for Wallenstam a refurbishment which involves replacing the roof with a glass roof with graphic banding, providing a modern, bright office environment. This project meets Green Building Silver requirements...

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    After having designed award-winning designer hotels such as Avalon and Clarion Post, Semrén & Månsson has now been given the opportunity to create a lifestyle hotel near Gothenburg. November sees the opening of Vox Hotel in Jönköping, which will offer everyday luxury to all.“By focusing on design, technology and economy, we have adopted an entirely new approach to the hotel market and brought an international atmosphere to a medium-sized Swedish town.The exclusive feel of a designer hotel...

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    You can find out about Semrén & Månsson's ongoing student accommodation project, KTH ROCKS, in the latest issue of RUM magazine.

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