It’s a big deal that the Swedish government has given a green light to the construction of a brand new, industrial space.
A major part of the new facility will be dedicated to the design and construction of industrial furniture.
The new facility is being built to replace the old factory at Södermalm, which is now closed.
Söda is the oldest industrial site in the country and the new design, which will be a new factory and factory space, is meant to create a new and more efficient environment for the production of industrial products.
“This facility will create a space that is open and flexible to adapt to the changing requirements of the market,” the Swedish Design Authority said.
The space will also feature a range of innovative products and will allow the company to create new, more efficient ways of producing furniture and related products.
It is also expected to create jobs for thousands of people.
“The facility will also contribute to the growth of the Swedish manufacturing sector,” the design agency said.
According to a government statement, the new industrial space will open in 2019 and will include the design of new furniture, as well as new tools and processes, and a new manufacturing line.
The project will cost the Swedish company €1.2 billion ($1.8 billion) and is expected to open by the end of 2021.