HERMANSSON HILLER LUNDBERG is focused on the development and production of architecture with a lasting worth and value to society, always in continuous engagement with the history of architecture. The work of the studio has been acknowledged with various national and international awards.

Architecture is by its very nature complex. Projects exist on multiple levels simultaneously, and are informed by specific combinations of conditions such as regulations, construction systems, details, materials, project management, topography, and more. We work with different forms and expressions in the pursuit of a rich and complex architecture, and we combine an interest in the fundamental values in architecture with a dedication to context, programme and building processes.

For us, there are many themes that we are interested in and that we return to in different ways to develop our projects and their architectural forms and building elements. Each project tends to touch on just some of these themes and conditions, and we consciously work with a range of different formal qualites and materials, so while some projects can be quite similar, others turn out quite different from each other.

The practice’s ongoing projects include housing, city planning, care homes, pre-schools, hotels and offices. Regardless of the type or scale of a project we investigate and develop architectural forms, building components, materialities and atmospheres. The practice was founded in Stockholm in 2006 by Andreas Hermansson, Andreas Hiller and Samuel Lundberg.



Nomination, Stockholm’s Best Building 2023, Sweden, 2023

Winner, Best Architects 23 Award, Germany, 2022

Winner, Best Architects 21 Award, Germany, 2020

Nomination, ECOLA Award, Germany, 2019

Winner, Best Architects 20 Award, Germany, 2019

Nomination, Swedish Steel Design Award, Sweden, 2019

Finalist, Architizer A+ Award, USA, 2019

Nomination, ROT Award, Sweden, 2019

Winner, Best Architects 19 Award, Germany, 2018

Winner, German Design Award, Germany, 2018

Winner, Best Architects 18 Gold Award, Germany, 2017

Winner, Best Architects 18 Award, Germany, 2017

Special Mention, Architizer A+ Award, USA, 2017

Nomination, Wienerberger Brick Award 2018, Austria, 2017

Winner, Sweden’s national design award ‘Design S’, Sweden, 2016

Nomination, World Architecture Festival Award, Germany, 2016

Shortlist, Architectural Review House Award, UK, 2015



Winner, Procurement competition, Residential building with re-used materials and life- cycle perspective, Linköping, Sweden, 2021

Winner, Procurement competition, Multi-use block and housing, Barkarby, Sweden, 2019

Winner, Invited competition. Urban plan for suburban densification, Jordbro, Sweden, 2016

Winner, Invited competition. Residential buildings 370 apts, Nacka, Sweden, 2016

Honorary Mention, International competition, Gründungsviertel, Lübeck, Germany, 2015

Winner, Procurement competition. Care home 54 units, Ekerö, Sweden, 2014

Winner, Invited competition. Residential building 200 apts, Nacka, Sweden, 2014

Winner, Invited competition. Residential building 60 apts, Östersund, Sweden, 2013

2nd prize, International competition. New parish house, Flöng, Denmark, 2008

1st prize, International competition. New HQ for Glitnir Bank, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2007

Honorary Mention, International competition. Residential area, Jyväskylä, Finland, 2007



‘Collective City’, Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, Seoul, 2019

‘Architecture Projects: Skeppsbron’, ArkDes, Stockholm,2019

’Public Luxury’, ArkDes, Stockholm, 2018

‘In Therapy’, Nordic pavilion at the Architecture Biennale, Venice, 2016



‘Architektur als Ressource’, Dortmunder Architekturtage 2022, Dortmund, Germany, 2022

‘many levels of meaning and combinations of focus’, Halle A lecture series, OTH, Regensburg, Germany, 2022

‘Hermansson Hiller Lundberg’, Oslo Association of Architects, Oslo, Norway, 2022

‘Architecture on Stage: Hermansson Hiller Lundberg’, Architectural Foundation, London, UK, 2022

‘Where we are’, Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, 2022

‘More or Less’, TU München, Munich, Germany, 2022

‘On facades’, London Metropolitan University, London, UK, 2021

‘Order and Emotion’, Royal Academy of Arts, Stockholm, Sweden, 2020

‘Current work’, Architectural Foundation, London, UK, 2020

’Hermansson Hiller Lundberg’, Reihe Eins lecture series, TU Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2020

‘evokes many levels of meaning and combinations of focus’, Architectural Foundation, London, UK, 2020

‘a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing insistency’, Architectural Foundation, London, UK, 2020

‘within each of them vault after vault opened endlessly’, Architectural Foundation, London, UK, 2020

‘In Practice’, Kingston School of Art, London, UK, 2020

‘Local Practice’, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 2018


Maria Bangata 4A
118 63 Stockholm

+46 (0)8 410 509 00