Colour by Numbers

Colour by Numbers
Henry Lambert
  • 2 november 2006

In Stockholm, Sweden, there us a 72 metre high tower that used to be a testing place for Ericsson, the technology company, where they would trial microwave antennas.

When the building fell into disuse the University College, “Konstfack”, took it over and turned the building into a creative centre for architects and designers. The windows on each of the ten floors constantly change colour to provide stunning views.

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