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Rahel Belatchew

Chefsarkitekt, VD och grundare
+46 70 174 94 32

Per Ångquist

Vice VD
+46 70 335 23 03

Lena Odelberg

Arkitekt och Kontorschef
+46 76 008 65 04

Sander Schuur

Arkitekt och Creative Director
+46 76 100 78 16

Ingrid Walhagen

Kontors- & VD-assistent
+46 76 313 44 59

Alexandra Starostina

Arkitekt

Anna Berntman

Arkitekt
+46 760 20 26 00

Caroline Ekeberg

Arkitekt

Florian Michaux

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Helena Stigbahr

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Johanna Björkman

Byggnadsingenjör

Lars Öste

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Laure Metivier

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Maria Esteban Gómez

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Mariel Benedetto

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Michal Kotvan

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Mustafa Galali

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Naia Landa

Arkitekt

Nermin Abdulrahman

Arkitekt

Reinoud van der Zijde

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Sebastian Lundberg

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Therese Alston

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BuzzBuilding in Archinect, 2014.
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Rahel Belatchew in HSB Uppsala 80 år, 2013
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Twist in Trä! #2 2015
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Strawscraper in VICE August 2013
Rahel Belatchew in Form Magazine
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Rahel Belatchew portrayed in ICON Magazine #7 2012.
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"stockholm loop project reuses existing structures to create new infrastructure, by belatchew labs"
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Discus featured by @ArchDaily
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DesignBoom: belatchew arkitekter's irregular high rise will become a symbol of swedish modernity
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In 2017 Green Savers published an article about InsectCity.
INSECTCITY: QUINTA DE INSECTOS PODE TORNAR ESTOCOLMO AUTO-SUFICIENTE
In 2017 Swedish magazine RUM published an article about Fjärilen.
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“Rahel Belatchew of the Swedish urban design practice, Belatchew Arkitekter, highlighted an experimental proposal of how urbanites in Stockholm could one day get their food.”
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