Inspired by nature, designed in a beautiful symbiosis of function and form. The Uni3 Campus breathes openness and innovation.
Contemporary light volumes of glass rise from a solid base of brick, evoking the surrounding shipyard history.
Main buildings with some 3000 working places, café, auditorium, restaurants and open inner courtyard.
A four star hotel and long stay for guests from far away. Excellent service and rooftop restaurant.
With plants from East and West, we've designed a lush greenery that unites the buildings into the Uni3 Campus.
When developing the design concept and architecture for Uni3, the successful collaboration between China and Sweden throughout history had a given place.
Gunnar and Mårten Cyrén — Cyril cubes, 1961.
Photo: John Selbing
Weaving together important parts of culture from each country – the five elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water together with the centuries old Swedish glass heritage – we got a handful of beautiful buildings in different colour glass, all standing on a solid foundation made of bricks which is a symbol for earth.
The craftsmanship and knowledge of glassmaking and glasswork dates back hundreds of years in Sweden.
Geely Innovation Centre, Design project leader