A chocolate factory in Stockholm has been given a facelift
The oldest parts of the building were designed by Ivar Tengbom and built in 1918 as a factory for Marabou. The building has since been extended and modernised many times.
Now chocolate lovers can move into immaculately designed apartments that literally ooze the delicious aroma of chocolate. The old chocolate factory on the corner of Fridhemsgatan and Industrigatan in Stockholm has been converted into eighty-four apartments.
352 metres of storage partitions marked with an X
Axelent supplied 352 running metres of system F partitions (including ceilings) and 86 doors with number plates.
More info on the building at: chokladfabriken2.se
Photo: Oscar Properties