The 30 sqm water fountain is a popular spot for children to play, while its elevated concrete disc can be used as a bench or a stage. This disc is illuminated at night, creating atmosphere for commuters and passersby. Environmental engineers were involved from the outset to ensure elements such as lighting design and material selection were as healthy and energy efficient as possible.
We see the area around the Triangeln station as an open stage for everyone to share. A single floor of beautiful in-situ concrete combined with lighting and seating unify the sequence of spaces; an elegant space embodying everyday luxury.Niels de Bruin, Landscape Architect
Designed by artist Ebba Matz, the thorn-patterned paving was inspired by the Jugend, or Art Nouveau, era St Johannes Church, also known as the Church of Roses.