From around 1950 to 20th century. Vetenskapens hus is a building with history. Foto: Åke E:son Lindman
The house was finished in 1954. Erik H Swartling, director at the moment described it as "One of the most beautiful post offices" at the inaguration. Photo: Rune Espling
City Hall also called the "marble palace" (top right) was also one of the important structures built in Luleå in the 50s. The decade when the bridge from Luleå city to Bergnäset (left) was opened and Sophia Loren (below right) visited the Student Union building in Stockholm. Photo: Rune Espling, (left and up, right) and Jan Allan below to the right)
When the building
Inside the terazzo coloured floor with hints of kolmårdsmarble and the patterned white stairs , were preserved. Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
Even the vaulted ceiling at 9 m height was preserved and today provides a uniq atmosphere to the house. Photo: Åke E: son Lindman.
The line-patterned exterior and the trapezoid windows were left intact. The colour of thebuilding was previously changed from grey to yellow, and after consideration it was decided that the yellow colour would remain. Photo: Åke E:son Lindman, (left) and Karl-William Sandström (right)
The building also houses a restaurant decorated to harmonise with the main hall. In order to so the same materials and colors has been used. Photo: Åke E: son Lindman
House of Science opend january 2014 and is today a public meeting place with events such as lectures, philosophical conversations and open seminars
Post office 1 in Luleå was built in 1953 according to plans by the Post chief architect Lars-Erik Lallerstedt. The building has since undergone a series of changes, partly exterior but above all interior, related to business development.