Biogas facilities, Henriksdals sewage works in Stockholm
750 m² (1st phase: 120 m², 2nd phase: 455 m², 3rd phase: 175 m²)
C.F. Møller Architects (formerly Berg Arkitektkontor, since 2007 a part of 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.