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Lofthuset in Orbaden

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Lofthuset in Orbaden

A hotel ‘room’ that is also a vista point for landscapes and skies, a place for silence and getting closer to nature. To make it possible, three rooms have been built on top of each other on an abandoned ski slope: the nature room closest to the ground, the living accommodation (and only heated room) in the middle and the vista point on top. Lofthusen was nominated to the Swedish Wood Award in 2020. This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.

Templates

Brand Sweden Office templates

User manual (Word, English)
Templates in font Sans (MediaFlow)
Templates in font Arial (MediaFlow)
Brand Sweden Office templates

The brand identity of Sweden should be used for all official communication about Sweden abroad. To help you to communicate in line with the brand identity, the Council for the Promotion of Sweden (NSU) have produced a selection of templates when working in Microsoft Office. The templates feature two different typefaces: Sweden Sans and Arial. Sweden Sans is a key font element for the Sweden brand identity, but we recommend that you primarily use Arial in day-to-day communication when working in Microsoft Office. The templates available are: •    Poster (in PowerPoint, format: A3) •    Invitation (in PowerPoint, format: A5 – landscape and portrait) •    Press release (in Word, format: A4) •    Report (in Word, format: A4 – blue and white versions) •    Presentation (in PowerPoint, format: 16:9 and 4:3) The package also contains a user manual offering instructions and best practices in using the Word templates. The brand guidelines for working with Sweden’s visual identity can be found at identity.sweden.se.

Booklets & brochures

Sweden – a country less ordinary (French)

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Sweden – a country less ordinary (French)

Sweden – a country less ordinary (La Suéde – hors de sentiers battus) offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability. This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on. Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more. Swedish embassies and consulates – to place your orders, kindly fill out the order form. This publication is available in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic and French. Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance. If you have any questions, please contact sharingsweden@si.se

Booklets & brochures

Sweden – a country less ordinary (Arabic)

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Sweden – a country less ordinary (Arabic)

Sweden – a country less ordinary offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability. This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on. Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more. Swedish embassies and consulates – to place your orders, kindly fill out the order form. This publication is available as pdf in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic and French. Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance. If you have any questions, please contact sharingsweden@si.se

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Sweden – a country less ordinary (Russian)

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Sweden – a country less ordinary (Russian)

Sweden – a country less ordinary (Швеция: Очевидная. Невероятная) offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability. This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on. Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more. This publication is available as pdf in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic and French. Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance. If you have any questions, please contact order@si.se

Booklets & brochures

Suecia – un país fuera de lo común

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Suecia – un país fuera de lo común

Sweden – a country less ordinary (Suecia – un país fuera de lo común) offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability. This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on. Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more. This publication is available as pdf in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and French. Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance. If you have any questions, please contact order@si.se

Booklets & brochures

Schweden – alles andere als gewöhnlich

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Schweden – alles andere als gewöhnlich

Sweden – a country less ordinary (Schweden – alles andere als gewöhnlich) offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability. This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on. Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more. This publication is available as pdf in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and French. Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance. If you have any questions, please contact order@si.se

Videos

Botanikern, Uppsala

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Botanikern, Uppsala

Botanikern is part of a new neighbourhood in Uppsala, Rosendal, developed according to a high sustainability standard. This newly built housing complex literally breathes wood, with a CLT frame and a wooden façade. The natural material is further emphasized by greenery – on the façade, in the courtyard and on the rooftop with its own biotope landscape. Social interaction is also at the projects core, as are circular systems and biodiversity, and living spaces to share, for all. This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.

Videos

Children Care Center Lindesberg

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Children Care Center Lindesberg

With nature and a railway station around the corner, Lindesberg health centre connects to the expansion of the central Lindesberg area 200 kilometres west of Stockholm. The building will function both as a healthcare centre and housing complex. The residential building and the healthcare centre are linked together through an area called Gallery of the Senses, which serves as a living room for all residents and visitors. This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.

Videos

Woodlife: Wind turbines

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Woodlife: Wind turbines

A wind-turbine-tower in wood might sound to good to be true, but is becoming reality on large-scale, through the development by Modvion – a company based on the west-coast of Sweden. A prototype of 30m height has already been installed on the island of Björkö, and larger installations, of about 150 m height, are under current development, inland. This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.