A timeline of buildings

1790 – 1900  
Gréens Villa, Photo: Eva Dalin
Gréens Villa, Photo: Eva Dalin
Bloms husGréens villaGula villan, the buildings in Frescati Hage (1890s and 1960s), the buildings in Kräftriket (1880s and 1950s), Naturens HusSkogstorpetSkära villan.
1900 – 1950  
Lantis, Photo: Eva Dalin
Lantis, Photo: Eva Dalin
Bergius Foundation main building, buildings at FrescatibackeThe Old OrangeryRoyal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA)LantisManne Siegbahn buildingsNobel buildingsSmåbrukarhemmetSveavägen 160-162 at Sveaplan, VictoriahusetVilla Bellona.
1950 – 2000  
Geovetenskapens hus, Photo: Orasis
Geovetenskapens hus, Photo: Orasis
AllhusetArrhenius laboratoriesAula MagnaDepartment of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences building in Lilla Frescati, Edvard Anderson Conservatory, FrescatihallenFrescativägen 54Geovetenskapens husJuristernas HusStockholm University LibrarySödra husetMetro station - UniversitetetAlbaNova University CentreWallenberglaboratoriet.
2000 –  
Student huset, Photo: Eva Dalin
Student huset, Photo: Eva Dalin
Extension of the Arrhenius Laboratories and the new student centre, Studenthuset (2013).

Detailed information about the buildings, including directions and current 'tenants'

Some of the architects

The architecture of the current main campus of the university, Frescati, reads like a history of the changing educational and societal roles that Stockholm University has played since the campus gradually moved from central Stockholm - a story told through brick, plaster, concrete and glass.

Some of the most famous architects who designed and planned the campus area include Fredrik Blom, Axel Anderberg, Lars Myrenberg, Paul Hedqvist, Gunnar Asplund, David Helldén, Ralph Erskine, Carl Nyrén and Henning Larsen.