In close dialogue with architects, designers, landscape architects and city planners, we solidify urban spaces to make them safe and accessible for everyone.

ELE Architects have redesigned a historic courtyard in central Stockholm for Swedish property developer Novier. The brief was to make the site livelier, which inspired the architects to transform the courtyard into a meeting place.

The railside park in Åkersberga dates back to the early 1900’s, when it was first developed outside the station. Now, just over 100 years later, the park was redeveloped as the station building was renovated.

In the summer of 2022, the Fredriksbergsbadet outdoor swimming pool in the Swedish city of Västerås reopened to the public, furnished with a curated selection of Nola products. The colour scheme was azure blue, linking the products to each other while giving the site a summer signature.

Nola are pleased to have supplied furniture designs and other outdoor products for the Kungspassagen roof terrace development in Uppsala, Sweden. The site is a model development for offices and workplaces that make outdoor activity and well-being part of their focus.

Dating back to the end of the 19th century, Askim’s church has been updated with a contemporary memorial grove for the internment of ashes.

When Sweco Architects redesigned Centralplan, the open-air concourse outside Stockholm’s central train station, they decided to commission a new line of park benches for the site.

The University of Gothenburg’s Faculty of Humanities has moved to a new site in Näckrosparken. The new campus centralises the Faculty of Humanities operations, which had previously been spread across different sites.

Due to its capacity to attract people of all ages, fitness levels or training abilities, the Kebne outdoor gym series was a natural choice for the University of Liège (Belgium) to enhance student life on campus.

Rosendal is a new residential area near Uppsala. Around 3,500 new homes are being built here, creating a community with a broad variety of contemporary Swedish architecture.

The growing district of Kärrtorp in southern Stockholm, has been renovated to create a working and attractive meeting place for residents and visitors.

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