Smålandstorget - a symbol for Project Access

Did you know... That until 1973 Smålandsgatan ran the length of central Stockholm, connecting Birger Jarlsgatan with Regeringsgatan?

We want to put pedestrians first in Stockholm’s city centre, by transforming a block of separate buildings and connecting them with a series of new spaces, both in and outdoor.

Smålandstorget is a meeting place, with restaurants and cultural events – an urban plaza in the very heart of Stockholm.

It’s a great place for a coffee, for hanging out with friends, or for an hour’s work in the open-air. And it is an access point, celebrating Stockholm’s heritage by opening up forgotten pathways, into and through the neighbourhood. From this new square you can access PK-Huset, Mästerhuset and Hästen 21.