Centralposthuset, Malmo, Sweden

Ferdinand Boberg
Date Built
The DoToday website describes the old post office building as representing, "... a time of transition between the national romanticism and art nouveau. ...  There was a craze for natural materials such as stone, wood and brick."  Prior to this commission,  Ferdinand Boberg had been responsible for the design of the Central Post Office in Stockholm. This building was listed in 1935 to preserve and protect it but, apparently, it has been modified on a number of occasions since, including in 1944.  This project involved a new window line along the eaves.

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