Stockholm Office Building, a national monument located on the Poelendaelesingel in the fascinating city of Middelburg (NL), has been recently transformed into a real eye-catcher thanks to the new façade lighting implemented by LuxImprove with the help of Griven’s LED lighting fixtures.
Built between 1937 and 1948, the Stockholmgebouw had been commissioned by the Provinciale Zeeuwsche Energie Maatschappij (PZEM) and was afterwards used as headquarters by different companies. Standing out for its traditionalist style with modernist influences, the building was designed by the well-known architect A. Rothuizen, allegedly inspired by the Stockholm City Hall in Sweden.
Due to its architectural integrity and artistic representative character, the building has been classified as a national monument. Now an office renting area, part of this large structure will be soon redeveloped into a campus site, which will combine student accommodations and facilities to educational and office spaces.
Distributed on three floors, the L-shaped construction presents a central tower serving as a link between the two opposite wings of the building. Located on the east side, the former management house makes the structure particularly representative, without compromising comfort and requirements of office users.