Norstedt Building

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Norstedthuset
Vasabron Riddarholmen Norstedts.jpg
Norstedtshuset
General information
Town or city Stockholm
Country Sweden
Construction started 1882
Completed 1889
Client P.A. Norstedt & Söner AB

The Norstedt Building (Swedish: Norstedtshuset) is the main office of P.A. Norstedt & Söner AB on Riddarholmen in Stockholm, Sweden.

The building, designed by Magnus Isæus and built in 1882-91, features a spire-like roof, which is a well-known silhouette on the skyline of central Stockholm.[1]

Bridge Vasabron is passing in front of the building and Gamla Riksarkivet ("Old National Archive") lies south of it.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mårtelius

References[edit]

  • Mårtelius, Johan (1999). "Norra innerstaden". Guide till Stockholms arkitektur (2nd ed.). Stockholm: Arkitektur Förlag AB. p. 136. ISBN 91-86050-41-9. 

Coordinates: 59°19′34.06″N 18°3′47.41″E / 59.3261278°N 18.0631694°E / 59.3261278; 18.0631694