Slakthusområdet

Slakthus-området

→ Say hello to Stockholm's new meeting place for food, culture and experiences. New types of workplaces and homes will emerge and toghether form a unique and creative city district in Stockholm. Everything will be ready by 2030, but check out what's on already now.

Everything from street food → fine dining

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Slakthusområdet’s historical connection to food and culinary crafts remains a popular element among everything the district has to offer. Some of the world’s most famous restaurateurs will fill Slakthusområdet with everything from fine dining to modern street food. In cooperation with players within foodtech, we can also take culinary crafts to the next level and develop a food ecosystem of the future with focus on sustainability and health.

Everything from art → live stage performances

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By building a location that stays vibrant and alive around the clock and that offers a broad range of culture and experiences, Slakthusområdet will become an attractive city district to visit, as well as to work and live in. Slakthusområdet will be filled with culture, art and night life, and Förbindelsehallen will become the cultural heart of the district. The beautiful old industrial buildings will house theatre, film, dance, e-sports, conferences and events. New business entrepreneurs and creators will operate here, and their content will also be available on stages in the area. By linking creation and experience, the city district will stay alive and vibrant morning to night.

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Workplace for →

Tech Design Innovation

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The wide range of creativity and innovation that Sweden is associated with internationally will also be reflected in Slakthusområdet. Leading players in future industries focusing on tech, design and innovation will gather in creative clusters. Start-ups and global corporations will work alongside one another, and the mixture will ensure Slakthusområdet becomes a dynamic environment where development and sustainable growth thrive. Flexible office solutions, co-working areas and common digi-physical forums for collaboration between industries are being planned to facilitate fast-paced development. Close proximity to hotels and staff accommodation in a vibrant urban setting provide companies in Slakthusområdet with the opportunity for growth on a global market.

Apartments →

Co-living and long stay

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We are building a mixed-use city in Slakthusområdet with both rental and tenant-owned apartments. The districts we are developing will have co-creation and sustainable architecture as their guiding star. Adding a digital layer to our residential solutions for everything from a sharing economy to activities that bring neighbours together is something we are already working on and will naturally include as we plan Slakthusområdet’s residential properties. In addition to the traditional types of homes and accommodation such as apartments and hotels, we are also looking into building new types of housing such as co-living and long stay.

What’s on at Slakthusområdet

Jun

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United We Stream Sthlm

24 hours culture streaming live from eight different places in Stockholm! United We Stream, the fenomena from Berlin that have brought millions to nightlife struggling during the corona pandemic, is coming to Stockholm June 6th. 

Together with the City of Stockholm and Visit Stockholm the live broadcast festival United We Stream Sthlm will take place in eight different locations in Stockholm for 24 hours June 6 – June 7. 

The purpose of United We Stream Sthlm is to raise money for venues, technical producers and artists in Stockholm affected by the corona pandemic. 

The initiator of the project is the Stockholm Night Council with, among others, Jakob Grandin (Gather Festival, Trädgården Stockholm) and Johanna Beckman (Creative Director Trädgården Stockholm).

– This is a chance to really show off Stockholm as the vibrant city it really is, 24 hours a day. We will be the first country in the world to showcase eight magical places that represent Stockholm’s diversity and expression through United We Stream, says Jakob Grandin.

https://en.unitedwestream.se/

Jun

United We Stream Sthlm

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24 hours culture streaming live from eight different places in Stockholm! United We Stream, the fenomena from Berlin that have brought millions to nightlife struggling during the corona pandemic, is coming to Stockholm June 6th. 

Together with the City of Stockholm and Visit Stockholm the live broadcast festival United We Stream Sthlm will take place in eight different locations in Stockholm for 24 hours June 6 – June 7. 

The purpose of United We Stream Sthlm is to raise money for venues, technical producers and artists in Stockholm affected by the corona pandemic. 

The initiator of the project is the Stockholm Night Council with, among others, Jakob Grandin (Gather Festival, Trädgården Stockholm) and Johanna Beckman (Creative Director Trädgården Stockholm).

– This is a chance to really show off Stockholm as the vibrant city it really is, 24 hours a day. We will be the first country in the world to showcase eight magical places that represent Stockholm’s diversity and expression through United We Stream, says Jakob Grandin.

https://en.unitedwestream.se/

Nov

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Nordic Esport Summit 2020

On 20 August, DreamHack will be working in partnership with Atrium Ljungberg to welcome more than 500 guests to Slakthusområdet and the Nordic Esport Summit 2020. This event will be taking place in the same week as The International, the biggest esports tournament in the world, at the Globe Arena.

Nov

Nordic Esport Summit 2020

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On 20 August, DreamHack will be working in partnership with Atrium Ljungberg to welcome more than 500 guests to Slakthusområdet and the Nordic Esport Summit 2020. This event will be taking place in the same week as The International, the biggest esports tournament in the world, at the Globe Arena.

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Murals in Slakthusområdet

Graffiti Sthlm, an artist duo made up of Carl Klive Winblad and Lars Kaos Hjertstedt, have had their studio in Slakthusområdet since 2016. Now they have also painted the building that houses their operations, and in the process created a landmark in Slakthusområdet. Together the duo has completed around a hundred murals in Stockholm and around Sweden. 

“We are extremely proud of our building and that we were given the opportunity to help embellish the coolest area in Stockholm,” says Klive. 

Graffiti Sthlms’ paintings can be seen at Hallvägen 5, and they stretch around the building to Stora Skorstensgatan.

Mural and street artist Julia Rio has also painted a wall across the street. Julia Rio discovered her passion for craftsmanship, colour and design at about age 10. Her abstract compositions are a collection of patterns and symbols from trips, meetings and places. They invite the viewer into a parallel universe, and offer an escape from our sometimes tough everyday lives. She graduated from the University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm in 2018, and now shares her art around the world. Julia sees the streets as our common living room — a place where we should all feel secure and inspired.

Julia’s mural Meet Me in Outer Space can be seen at Stora Skorstensgatan 2.

Murals in Slakthusområdet

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Graffiti Sthlm, an artist duo made up of Carl Klive Winblad and Lars Kaos Hjertstedt, have had their studio in Slakthusområdet since 2016. Now they have also painted the building that houses their operations, and in the process created a landmark in Slakthusområdet. Together the duo has completed around a hundred murals in Stockholm and around Sweden. 

“We are extremely proud of our building and that we were given the opportunity to help embellish the coolest area in Stockholm,” says Klive. 

Graffiti Sthlms’ paintings can be seen at Hallvägen 5, and they stretch around the building to Stora Skorstensgatan.

Mural and street artist Julia Rio has also painted a wall across the street. Julia Rio discovered her passion for craftsmanship, colour and design at about age 10. Her abstract compositions are a collection of patterns and symbols from trips, meetings and places. They invite the viewer into a parallel universe, and offer an escape from our sometimes tough everyday lives. She graduated from the University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm in 2018, and now shares her art around the world. Julia sees the streets as our common living room — a place where we should all feel secure and inspired.

Julia’s mural Meet Me in Outer Space can be seen at Stora Skorstensgatan 2.

→ Find out more about other events and attracktions organised by our friends at FållanKrakenSlakthusetKvarteret and Slaktkyrkan.

Previous events

Feb 15

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Natten #52

The enormously popular ballad club Natten is back once again.

Check out the Facebook event for more info

Feb 15

Natten #52

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The enormously popular ballad club Natten is back once again.

Check out the Facebook event for more info

Jan 15-18

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Library of the Future

Students at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design have created their own interpretation of the library of the future, based on a building at Slakthusområdet.

The exhibition opens on Wednesday, 15 January. Welcome!

Jan 15-18

Library of the Future

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Students at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design have created their own interpretation of the library of the future, based on a building at Slakthusområdet.

The exhibition opens on Wednesday, 15 January. Welcome!

Dec

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Fållan

Kulturarenor AB, the organisation previously responsible for the premises housing Nobelberget’s concert and club activities, will soon open a new location in Slakthusområdet — Fållan. Fållan will have capacity for a combined total of 2,400 guests on two stages, and it will serve as a year-round venue for concerts, clubs, mini festivals, art projects and other events. At the same time, a summer stage is being planned in the magnificent Förbindelsehallen venue in the same area. Audience capacity will be 3,500 people.

“We want to safeguard the culture that emerged at Nobelberget and continue creating progressive platforms where moderately well-known Swedish and international performers and club organisers have the chance to perform in their element. Many performers greatly value the identity and expression of the venue, and prefer not to perform at a sponsored hockey arena or at a conference facility with wall-to-wall carpeting. We hope to create a location that not only fulfils a function, but which is also attractive to international performers and organisers,” says Martin Lagerberg, CEO at Kulturarenor.

“It is important to us to help ensure that Stockholm’s cultural life has the premises it needs for growth, and we hope that Fållan and Förbindelsehallen will become key components in the area’s cultural development. With its history and mixture of existing and new cultural players in the area, Slakthusområdet is a completely unique location. Our ambition is for the new cultural arenas to supplement the existing offering and together create a vibrant cultural cluster,” says Jon Allesson, who is responsible for urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

Facts about Fållan:

- Capacity for a combined total of 2,400 guests on two stages
- The agreement consists of a demolition contract until 2023 when the premises will be torn down to make room for new construction
- An authentic food and beverage programme will be offered at Fållan, with a concoction of well-established restaurateurs, small wine importers, local beer and high-quality non-alcoholic options.

Facts about Förbindelsehallen:

- Will serve as the hub for Slakthusområdet’s cultural life
- Capacity for up to 3,500 people
- Has previously accommodated the Department Festival (an electronic music festival), the after party for the Brilliant Minds conference, Parkteatern and Green Door Project, among others.

 

Images: Petter Hellman

Dec

Fållan

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Kulturarenor AB, the organisation previously responsible for the premises housing Nobelberget’s concert and club activities, will soon open a new location in Slakthusområdet — Fållan. Fållan will have capacity for a combined total of 2,400 guests on two stages, and it will serve as a year-round venue for concerts, clubs, mini festivals, art projects and other events. At the same time, a summer stage is being planned in the magnificent Förbindelsehallen venue in the same area. Audience capacity will be 3,500 people.

“We want to safeguard the culture that emerged at Nobelberget and continue creating progressive platforms where moderately well-known Swedish and international performers and club organisers have the chance to perform in their element. Many performers greatly value the identity and expression of the venue, and prefer not to perform at a sponsored hockey arena or at a conference facility with wall-to-wall carpeting. We hope to create a location that not only fulfils a function, but which is also attractive to international performers and organisers,” says Martin Lagerberg, CEO at Kulturarenor.

“It is important to us to help ensure that Stockholm’s cultural life has the premises it needs for growth, and we hope that Fållan and Förbindelsehallen will become key components in the area’s cultural development. With its history and mixture of existing and new cultural players in the area, Slakthusområdet is a completely unique location. Our ambition is for the new cultural arenas to supplement the existing offering and together create a vibrant cultural cluster,” says Jon Allesson, who is responsible for urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

Facts about Fållan:

- Capacity for a combined total of 2,400 guests on two stages
- The agreement consists of a demolition contract until 2023 when the premises will be torn down to make room for new construction
- An authentic food and beverage programme will be offered at Fållan, with a concoction of well-established restaurateurs, small wine importers, local beer and high-quality non-alcoholic options.

Facts about Förbindelsehallen:

- Will serve as the hub for Slakthusområdet’s cultural life
- Capacity for up to 3,500 people
- Has previously accommodated the Department Festival (an electronic music festival), the after party for the Brilliant Minds conference, Parkteatern and Green Door Project, among others.

 

Images: Petter Hellman

Nov 28-Dec 8

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Back to Graffiti — Art Exhibit

During the last two weekends of November and the beginning of December, eight of Sweden’s leading artists will transform an old industrial building in Slakthusområdet into a vibrant meeting place. The exhibition will be open daily between 28 November and 8 December.  www.backtograffiti.se

Artists: JEKS, PIKE, KEAR, KISS, SWET, CASTER, ROXES and DEKIS

Common denominators: Top skill, high-level letter experiments.

Focus: Letter-bending styles. The artists will work on their texts and creations at the same time and individually.

Location: TBA

Opening hours: TBA

Find more information in the Facebook event

Nov 28-Dec 8

Back to Graffiti — Art Exhibit

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During the last two weekends of November and the beginning of December, eight of Sweden’s leading artists will transform an old industrial building in Slakthusområdet into a vibrant meeting place. The exhibition will be open daily between 28 November and 8 December.  www.backtograffiti.se

Artists: JEKS, PIKE, KEAR, KISS, SWET, CASTER, ROXES and DEKIS

Common denominators: Top skill, high-level letter experiments.

Focus: Letter-bending styles. The artists will work on their texts and creations at the same time and individually.

Location: TBA

Opening hours: TBA

Find more information in the Facebook event

August 16-17

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Parkteatern — Sirqus Alfon and Salong FUX

On the weekend of 16 and 17 August, Parkteatern will offer two performance evenings with Sirqus Alfon and Salong FUX on a brand new stage in Förbindelsehallen in Slakthusområdet. Parkteatern describes the evenings and new performance venue as “outdoors but under a roof where the car park becomes a park, asphalt becomes flowers and anything can happen”.

Sirqus Alfon has its roots in the street scene and a predilection for technology. The group uses lasers, optical illusions, video loops and music to create an entirely unique theatrical expression. The evenings will conclude with Salong FUX — a sparkling variety show under the guidance of the glittery circus horse and emcee Robert Fux.

“We are exploring new venues in Slakthusområdet. For the first time we transforming the car park and having several Swedish and international performers put dramatic art on the map. Trying out new venues is part of our efforts to reach out to a new audience,” says Parkteatern Executive Producer Josefin Rosales.

“Slakthusområdet will be a place for food, culture and experiences. We want to see a wide variety of cultural offerings, with everything from museums to music stages and dance studios. Some concert, club and art players are already operating in Slakthusområdet. In addition to embracing what already exists at the location, collaborating with Parkteatern means we can add an additional dimension of dramatic art with content suitable for all ages,” says Jon Allesson, business development manager, urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

August 16-17

Parkteatern — Sirqus Alfon and Salong FUX

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On the weekend of 16 and 17 August, Parkteatern will offer two performance evenings with Sirqus Alfon and Salong FUX on a brand new stage in Förbindelsehallen in Slakthusområdet. Parkteatern describes the evenings and new performance venue as “outdoors but under a roof where the car park becomes a park, asphalt becomes flowers and anything can happen”.

Sirqus Alfon has its roots in the street scene and a predilection for technology. The group uses lasers, optical illusions, video loops and music to create an entirely unique theatrical expression. The evenings will conclude with Salong FUX — a sparkling variety show under the guidance of the glittery circus horse and emcee Robert Fux.

“We are exploring new venues in Slakthusområdet. For the first time we transforming the car park and having several Swedish and international performers put dramatic art on the map. Trying out new venues is part of our efforts to reach out to a new audience,” says Parkteatern Executive Producer Josefin Rosales.

“Slakthusområdet will be a place for food, culture and experiences. We want to see a wide variety of cultural offerings, with everything from museums to music stages and dance studios. Some concert, club and art players are already operating in Slakthusområdet. In addition to embracing what already exists at the location, collaborating with Parkteatern means we can add an additional dimension of dramatic art with content suitable for all ages,” says Jon Allesson, business development manager, urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

Jun 15

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Brilliant Minds Block Party

The annual Brilliant Minds Stockholm tech and music conference was held 13–15 June. Some of the speakers included Barack Obama, Greta Thunberg and Gwyneth Paltrow The goal of the all-star event is to market Sweden and position Stockholm as the world’s most creative city.

To conclude the conference, Brilliant Minds will host a big block party in Atrium Ljungberg’s recently acquired properties in Slakthusområdet. During the evening we will show a different part of the city and provide a glimpse into a Stockholm of the future. A mini city which reflects Stockholm’s creative passion will be built inside and between the culturally significant historical buildings. Guests will be able feel, taste and listen to Stockholm and experience the city’s rich abundance of creativity, diversity, pulse and energy. Among others, Tove Lo and French Montana will perform during the evening.

“We are very happy that Brilliant Minds chose Slakthusområdet as the venue for its closing party. We share the same values and vision for Stockholm as a vibrant location for creativity and innovation,” says Jon Allesson, business development manager, urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

“As we begin developing Slakthusområdet, it is specifically a dynamic urban district which reflects creativity and innovation that we are aiming for. That Brilliant Minds shares our view of the area’s potential and the location’s self-evident place as a home for current and future Swedish unicorns is naturally especially gratifying,” says Jon. “We are looking forward to being able to share our vision with a few of the world’s leading entrepreneurs, creators and thinkers already at this stage.

Jun 15

Brilliant Minds Block Party

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The annual Brilliant Minds Stockholm tech and music conference was held 13–15 June. Some of the speakers included Barack Obama, Greta Thunberg and Gwyneth Paltrow The goal of the all-star event is to market Sweden and position Stockholm as the world’s most creative city.

To conclude the conference, Brilliant Minds will host a big block party in Atrium Ljungberg’s recently acquired properties in Slakthusområdet. During the evening we will show a different part of the city and provide a glimpse into a Stockholm of the future. A mini city which reflects Stockholm’s creative passion will be built inside and between the culturally significant historical buildings. Guests will be able feel, taste and listen to Stockholm and experience the city’s rich abundance of creativity, diversity, pulse and energy. Among others, Tove Lo and French Montana will perform during the evening.

“We are very happy that Brilliant Minds chose Slakthusområdet as the venue for its closing party. We share the same values and vision for Stockholm as a vibrant location for creativity and innovation,” says Jon Allesson, business development manager, urban innovation at Atrium Ljungberg.

“As we begin developing Slakthusområdet, it is specifically a dynamic urban district which reflects creativity and innovation that we are aiming for. That Brilliant Minds shares our view of the area’s potential and the location’s self-evident place as a home for current and future Swedish unicorns is naturally especially gratifying,” says Jon. “We are looking forward to being able to share our vision with a few of the world’s leading entrepreneurs, creators and thinkers already at this stage.

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Slakthusområdet c/o Atrium Ljungberg

In June 2019, Atrium Ljungberg acquired existing properties and signed agreements for land allocations in Slakthusområdet. The acquisitions and developed land allocations represent a total of 200,000 m2 GFA. The acquisition is Atrium Ljungberg’s biggest ever and a crucial initiative in our strategy to create sustainable and innovative urban environments.