Brahegatan 10 is seething with creativity
The Beckmans College of Design is only a stone’s throw away from Stureplan and Östermalmstorg in central Stockholm.
We have four large floors at our disposal in a building on Brahegatan 10, designed by Carl Nyrén in the 1960s. Our premises are bright, with big windows facing the street and a green, open courtyard.
Your own workplace
We provide all university-level students with their own workspace here!
The top floor, for our fashion students,has a sewing workshop and two draping studios with workbenches and dress forms, two project rooms and a kitchen.
Visual Communications on the floor belowhas a paper workshop, two project rooms and a kitchen.Our library, with relevant specialist literature and international periodicals for all our students is also located on this level, along with our offices.
Design students have their workspaces, project rooms and kitchen on the next floor down,along with our café, which serves freshly-baked buns and subsidised student lunches.
Our library has textbooks and international magazines relating to all our study programmes. Our administrative offices are located next to the library.
Our café is run by Classe and serves freshly-baked buns and subsidised student lunches.
In the summer, we can have coffee and eat in our beautiful courtyard with apple and peach trees and rhubarbs.Magnolia, lilacs and laburnum blossom around graduation time.
Gallery for exhibitions
We also have the use of two glass houses in the courtyard.One is a gallery for our student exhibitions.The other contains two bright classrooms.
Our workshops for cabinet making, metalwork, knitting and silkscreen printing are on the ground floor, along with our photo studio, computer rooms, cutting room, advanced printers, assembly hall and nude drawing studio. The last two are used alternately for lessons, exhibitions and fashion shows.