Our office is situated on Birger Jarlsgatan 41A in central Stockholm. If you need help finding you way here, please check the map down to your right. On this page you’ll also find contact details and short presentations of all the people working here. If you are a member of the press, please contact our press officer Jesper Lövkvist at email@example.com or +46 707 69 97 46. For all other questions please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emma Jonsteg is the CEO of Utopia Arkitekter. She founded the company together with Mattias Litström in 2008. Emma Jonsteg has studied architecture at The Royal Academy of Technology in Stockholm and Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. She has a background as a city planner and has been working as an architect since the year 2000 with her main focus on city planning and residential houses. Since 2012 she is a board member of The Swedish Association of Architects.
Mattias Litström is our creative director and founded the company together with Emma Jonsteg in 2008. He has a degree from The Royal Academy of Technology in Stockholm and Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. Mattias has been working as an architect since the year 2000 focusing mainly on city planning and residential houses.
Jesper Lövkvist is a communications expert with a background in journalism, advertising and PR, working for some of Sweden’s most renowned agencies and media outlets. At Utopia he handles external communication and manages concept development.
Jonna Flordal is an architectural project manager responsible for human resources and organisational development. She studied at the Royal Institute of Technology and her previous employers include Koncept Stockholm where she did everything from identity and interior projects to concept development, renovations and new builds.
Jonas Hällgren is a building engineer with a degree from Nackademins yrkeshögskola. Since he graduated in 2002, he has been working at different consulting firms and architectural offices, especially with the design of major projects within office and commerce. Before coming to us at Utopia was Jonas working at Sweco Architects. At Utopia, is Jonas Hällgren responsible for developing our work within quality and environmental issues.
Helena Hemminger is an architect with an art education and a degree from KTH in Stockholm. Since graduating, she has both run her own office as well as been employed as a design manager and leader for Tengbom Architects competition team during eight years. At Utopia, Helena Hemminger is working design in early stages and is responsible for our competitions.
Göran Cars holds the title as professor of Urban and Regional Studies at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He has a vast experience from heading up large scale urban planning projects in Malmö, Norrköping and Uppsala. But his main claim to fame is his work managing the move of the entire Swedish city of Kiruna. At Utopia Arkitekter Göran Cars is the head of project development.
Johan Andersson studied at the School of Architecture in Lund, as well as at TU Delft in the Netherlands. He previously worked at Jais Arkitekter in Helsingborg and the UNStudio in Amsterdam. Johan also trained in V-ray and architectural visualisation in Venice. At Utopia, he works mainly with sketches, competitions and early design stages.
Viktor Becker graduated with a masters degree in Urban Design from Aalborg University. During his studies Viktor Becker focused on storytelling and graphic design. He has worked as an intern at the architecture firm Tredje Natur in Copenhagen. At Utopia Viktor Becker is focusing on early design stages and concept development.
Johan Bejne graduated from the Royal Danish School of Architecture in Copenhagen in 2001. He previously worked at Tage Lyneborg Arkitekter in Copenhagen and at Wester+Elsner Arkitekter in Stockholm. Since 2006, Johan has worked as project manager with focus on early design stages and concept development.
Anna Davis studied at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and the Royal Danish School of Architecture in Copenhagen. She has worked at several offices in Stockholm and London, including Anders Wilhelmson, Orefelt Associates, Per Öberg and most recently, Jordens Arkitekter. Anna has extensive experience with focus on housing projects of all sizes, from private homes to large apartment buildings.
Jeppe Dueholm är arkitekt utbildad på Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole i Köpenhamn. Han har jobbat på Henning Larsen Architects i Köpenhamn, Foster+Partners i London och kommer närmast från Tengbom där han jobbat i sju år som gestaltningsansvarig arkitekt, tävlingsledare och partner. På Utopia jobbar Jeppe Dueholm med tidiga skeden, tävlingar, Utopia Ideas och verksamhetsutveckling.
Anna-Lena Ekman is an architect with an master’s degree from LTH in Sweden and has experience from working on different offices both in London and Stockholm, including LDS, John McAslan + Partners, Tengbom and latest CF Möller. At Utopia she works as a project manager with focus on early stages and competitions for urban planning and housing.
Alva Karasalo Dahlbäck is a newly graduated architect with a bachelor's degree from KTH. Along with her studies she been an active part in the school's business community Arkipelago and has at times also been practicing at GWSK Architects. At Utopia, Alva Karasalo Dahlbäck works in all types of different projects.
Daniel Medlöv has recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in structural engineering and design with a focus on architecture for building engineers from the Royal Institute of Technology. His thesis was a design proposal for the so called Miljonprogram focusing on function and energy reduction. Daniel has also worked as a carpenter.
Pedram Seddighzadeh is an architect educated at Chalmers Tekniska Högskola in Gothenburg and TU Delft in the Netherlands. He has previously worked at Foster + Partners in London, the research studio of 3XN in Copenhagen and the department of digital design at White Architects. Pedram has also worked as a supervisor and been responsible for workshops in digital modeling and manufacturing, both at Chalmers and the Architectural Association in London.
Hanne Stolt has recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in structural engineering and design with focus on architecture for civil engineers at the Royal Institute of Technology. She has a clear focus on sustainability and for her thesis project she developed a concept for how recycling can be integrated in urban environments, and a proposal for a community recycling station in Rinkeby town.
Simon Ståhl is a structural engineer with solid experience in complex and technically challenging projects. He has a master's degree from the School of Engineering in Jönköping and has previously worked at Arkitekterna Krook & Tjäder, among others. Simon focuses on sustainable architecture and is a certified passive house designer