Farstaviken school located in Gustavsberg, Värmdö consists of seven buildings. The school has been expanded over the years, with the first building constructed in 1884 and the latest in 1968. The school’s fascinating history has involved both an architectural historian and archaeologists. In the project, six of the buildings have been renovated, retaining the exterior shell of the buildings as far as possible and focusing more on the interior environment. A link building has also been built between two of the houses. The school will accommodate students between grades F-9.
Design work was carried out in 2018 and the school is expected to be completed in the fall of 2020. The six different wooden houses all have different floors, layouts and functions. The renovation has included classrooms, administrative areas, craft rooms, the school canteen, facades and communal areas.
Exengo has carried out the design of all installation systems except for sprinklers.