Biogasanlage, Henriksdal Stockholm . C.F. Møller

Biogasanlage, Henriksdal Stockholm

The biogas plant is located at Henriksdal Sewage Treatment Plant in Stockholm, where there is a magnificent view of the suburb of Hammarby Sjöstad, which the plant supplies. The plant, which purifies exhaust gas, also called crude gas, consists of a processing building and a gas storage facility. In the processing building, the biogas created in other parts of the plant is cleaned and compressed to a higher pressure.


Stockholm Vatten


Stockholm, Sverige


750 m² (1. etappe: 120 m², 2. etappe: 455 m², 3. etappe: 175 m²)




Sweco Bloco


C.F. Møller Architects (ehemals Berg Arkitektkontor, seit 2007 ein Teil von C.F. Møller Architects)

The two buildings of the plant are both simple, rectangular volumes with a low roof pitch and a functionalist-inspired, function-oriented design. The simple form is refined with the choice of clinker as facade material; clinker is a hardy but sensuous material which is suitable for use with an industrial building. The blue-black clinker from Höganäs acts as a mirror which harmonises with the light and weather. Other materials include concrete, wood, glass and galvanised steel.

The plant began operations in 2003 and was further extended in 2004.

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