Poul Hultberg

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Not to be confused with Peer Hultberg.

Poul Erik Eggert Hultberg (born March 27, 1920 in Tryggelev, Denmark) is a Danish architect, who worked primarily in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Hultberg studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and graduated in 1943. He moved to Sweden in 1945.

He designed several sport facilities, the most famous being Scandinavium in 1971.[1][2]

He has shaped several districts in Gothenburg such as Biskopsgården, Högsbo, Tynnered, and Kallebäck.


  1. ^ Cornell, Jan; Sten Carlsson (1983). Den Svenska historien. 15. Våra dagars Sverige. Bonnier. p. 47.  (in Swedish)
  2. ^ Svezia. Guide verdi d'Europa. Touring Editore. 2002. p. 122. ISBN 88-365-2502-4.  (in Italian)