From Sweden with love.
Stockholmsterrassen (the roof terrace Stockholm) in the building S-huset (S-house) by Kjell Ödeen 1904-1985 (1962-1866), Sergels torg 2, Stockholm, a part of the complex Hästskon 12, Sveavägen/Malmskillnadsgatan/Hamngatan (1962-1970) the three buildings S-house (Sveavägen), M-house (Malmskillnasgatan), H-house (Hamngatan).
Ingemar Gram 1908-1986 (1969) Planting with red begonia facing the building of Kulturhuset (the house of culture) 1966-1974). Photography Stockholmskällan, City of Stockholm.
Stockholmsterrassen in the 1970s, before 1974. Kulturhuset (the house of culture) in the background was open 1974 (1966-1974), architect Peter Celsing 1920-1974 and the Kristallvertikalaccent (crystal-vertikal- accent) a 37,5 metre high and 130 ton heavy obelisk with crystal from Lindshammars glassworks 1905-2008 by Edvin Öhrström 1906-1994 (1967) was open in the early spring 1974. Photograph and year unknown.
Ingemar Gram 1908-1986 (1968) Sergelfontänen (the fountain is named after the sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel 1740-1814 who had his studio building close by) Piet Hein 1905-1996 & David Helldén 1905-1990 (1968). From roof terrace at Göteborgs bank (bank of Goetenburg) with Stockholmsterrassen to the left facing the esker Brunkebergsåsen, named after the knight, drotsen (seneschal of the realm), riksrådet (member of the privy council) Johan von Brunkow who was executed in the area year 1318. This was before the state Sweden. The esker and the buildings will later be destructed. Photography Stockholmskällan, City of Stockholm.
Träd, gräs & stenar TG&S (the progressive music band tree, grass & stones (1969-1972, 1980-1981, 1995-2008) playing at Stockholmsterrassen 1970. Photograph unknown.
Per Wikmans birth unknown (1970) Titel unknown. Stockholmsterrassen.