A functional and inspiring office to use and a Sigurd Lewerentz masterpiece to preserve. Grönlandet was completed in 1932, and is considered to be one of the most important modern buildings in Sweden. Many have visited the building in order to appreciate it as a work of art.



  • Architect Sigurd Lewerentz

    Architect Sigurd Lewerentz

    Sigurd Lewerentz (1885-1975) is one of Sweden’s most famous architects internationally. Lewerentz’ long career as an architect included the development of national romanticism from around 1910 until around sixty years later, by which time beton brut, had taken over. During this period, he was a prominent exponent of 1920s classicism, 1930s functionalism and the brick architecture…

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  • Direktionsrummen

    The Boardrooms have been carefully restored to its original look. A slow process of restoration and rebuilding the space in detail.   RESTAURERINGSPROCESSEN Riksförsäkringsanstaltens ämbetsbyggnad Riksförsäkringsanstalten inrättades av staten 1902 och var föregångare till dagens Försäkringskassa. Den för verksamheten skräddarsydda ämbetsbyggnaden, strax intill Adolf Fredriks kyrka i Stockholm, invigdes i juni 1932. Arkitekt Sigurd Lewerentz…


  • Nuuk Café

    Nuuk Café

    Exclusively for all tenants in the property we offer Nuuk café. We serve lunch with a new menu every week. Green Mondays. OPENING HOURS 07:30-15:30 Monday – Friday (NOT OPEN FOR PUBLIC) Prices are shown in the café.

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  • The book

    The book

    LEWERENTZ. A MASTERPIECE A beautiful architectural book that gives the answers to questions about the internationally renowned architect Sigurd Lewerentz and the Grönlandet building (former National Insurance Institution). The authors of the book: Fredric Bedoire, Kerstin Wickman, Vicki Wenander and Ewa Glennow provide different perspectives to the house and take us on a journey from…

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