Awards 2024


Nomination Kasper Salin Prize 2024
The prize is awarded annually by Architects Sweden to a recently completed building of high architectural quality to stimulate and disseminate good examples.



Nomination Scandinavian Design Awards 2024 – ‘Architecture of the Year’ category
The Scandinavian Design Awards are an annual award initiated in 2023 to celebrate the best architecture, design and interiors in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.



Nomination European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Awards 2024
The prize seeks to achieve a thorough understanding of the transformation of Europe’s built environment and to recognise and commend excellence and innovation in the field of architecture.

Awards 2023


Urban Design Award 2023 in Malmö, 1st place
KS’s transformation project Gjuteriet for Varvsstaden has won the Urban Design Award 2023 arranged by Malmö City Council – an annual award which has been honouring highly sustainable and inclusive architecture and urban design for over 40 years.


Tendring Colchester Borders Garden Community

First prize in international competition
KS are part of the winning team in the international two-stage contest to masterplan a new 704-hectare exemplar garden community on the Colchester and Tendring borders in Essex, aiming to become the most sustainable and inclusive new community in the UK.


Årstafältet 6B

First prize in competition
The City of Stockholm organising the competition seeks to create a liveable neighbourhood connecting Årstafältet with the adjacent Östberga city district, to add new qualities to both neighbourhoods while paying a close attention to the existing site conditions, in line with the council’s overall goals and vision.

Awards 2022


First prize in competition, 2022
KS, together with Imola and Frentab, won land allocation in Gustavsberg, Stockholm. The scheme comprises three residential buildings and student housing.



Honourable mention, Karlstad Architecture Award 2021
The project Gäddan was awarded honourable mention in the 2021 Annual Architecture Awards, organized by the Karlstad Municipality. The centrally located block was designed in collaboration with Wermland Invest, introducing three distinct building forms varied in scale and typology to the area.

Awards 2021


First prize in competition, 2021
KS, in collaboration with Kruhsberg Fastigheter and Urbio, won land allocation in central Eskilstuna. The winning proposal will provide residential units, offices, shops, restaurants as well as a hotel and care homes.



First prize in competition, 2021
KS won the development competition for the Vinden 1 site in Bredvik, Växjö, southern Sweden. The point of departure for the design was the characteristic landscape of the Småland region. The scheme comprises eight semi-detached houses which will be developed in collaboration with GBJ Bygg.


First prize in competition, 2021
In an inspiring collaboration with We Construction, KS won a land allocation for a new residential scheme in Kalmar. The proposal has high ambitions and comprehensive ideas about innovation and comprises four-storey volumes with a total of 60 residential units and seven lower terraced houses.



First prize in competition, 2021
KS and We Construction won a design competition for a new residential neighbourhood in Beddingestrand. The proposal aims to enhance the attractiveness and strengthen the identity of the site. It consists of apartments, town houses, terraced houses, generous penthouses and smart studios.

Awards 2020


First prize in competition, 2020
KS won an invited competition for the new bridge connecting central Malmö with the rapidly developing historical district of Varvsstaden. The competition was commissioned by the City of Malmö and was carried out in collaboration with London-based engineer Ian Firth and Sweco Civil.


Magnolia restaurant

Nomination for Plåtpriset 2020
Magnolia Restaurant, located in Stora Sköndal in Stockholm, was nominated for the sheet metal award Plåtpriset 2020. The award is given each year by Svensk Byggplåt and aims to highlight innovative and sustainable projects where the possibilities of sheet metal are explored in an inventive way.

Awards 2019


First prize in competition, 2019
KS, together with Svenska Bostäder, won a competition in Bromma, Stockholm. The project comprises a residential block and student housing.



First prize in competition, 2019
KS won a land allocation for a residential block in the urban transformation area of Övre- och Stadsparkskvarteren, in Trelleborg.



First prize in competition, 2019
Faaborg municipality in collaboration with Realdania organised a competition seeking to create a vision and a development plan with planning strategies for the city. KS won the competition in collaboration with GHB Landskapsarkitekter, Mogens A. Morgen, Realise and Tyrens.


Sege Park

City of Malmö nominated for Planpriset 2018 with Sege Park, where KS’s urban block Sege Park is an important component.



First prize in competition
Development of Ribosomen residential block, within the new masterplan that the City of Stockholm presented for Norrtull and the eastern Hagastaden. KS will continue developing the scheme together with Humlegården.


Elderly Care Skärvet

LEED Project of the Year 2019, 1st prize
The award is organized by the Sweden Green Building Council with the aim to reward the best project certified according to the LEED system during the past year, as well as to recognize sustainable construction in Sweden.


Elderly Care Skärvet

European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019, nomination
The award aims at promoting and understanding the significance of quality and reflecting the complexity of Architecture’s own significance in terms of technological, constructional, social, economic, cultural and aesthetic achievements.

Awards 2018

Brent Cross Town

First prize in invited architecture competition, 2018
Argent Related, London, UK. The brief called for a centrally located urban district, strategically linking the main street with green public spaces and local squares.


Nacka Port

First prize in competition, 2018
Competition for a new landmark in the development of Nacka Port, marking the western entrance to Nacka.



Design S – Swedish Design Awards 2018, Architecture – completed projects
Sweden’s biggest and most comprehensive design award. The award is aimed at professional designers, architects, individual specialists, producers and companies that work with design in a broad sense.

Awards 2017

Nakamtenga skola

First prize, Facilitator of the Year 2017
The prize is arranged by Architects Sweden and rewards a person or a practice enabling good architecture with a significant contribution to society.



First prize in competition, 2017
Competition for the future development of Söderstadion in Stockholm. The vision is to create an integrated urban district near the Globe Arena, that offers both a local urban vibe and memorable experiences.


Elderly Care Skärvet

Nomination for Stora Kakelpriset 2017
The annual award highlights Swedish architecture using tiles in a way that utilizes the positive qualities of the material.


Malmö Saluhall

Nomination for the Best Restaurant Interior award, Restauranggalan 2017
Restauranggalan is an annual event highlighting and celebrating latest achievements, innovations and inspiration within the industry.

The Forests of Venice

Nomination for the Best Display award, World Architecture Festival 2017
The exhibition, initiated and produced by Kjellander Sjöberg together with Folkhem, highlights climate change and what new urban solutions and strategies we face today.


Tunet, Sala Backe

First prize in competition, 2017
The Tunet block consists of four independent buildings designed by Kjellander Sjöberg in cross-laminated timber that link, enrich and help define the cityscape.

Awards 2016


First prize in competition, 2016
Competition to transform a site in a former industrial harbour of Stockholm, Södra Värtan. The commission includes designing a new urban focal point in the emerging sustainable Royal Seaport area.


Sege Park

First prize design innovation competition
KS is delighted for the first prize in the innovation competition The Nordic Built City Challenge, for the Swedish site in Sege Park, Malmö.


Fittja Terraces and Stora Katrineberg

Selected for the Nordic pavilion, 2016
The projects are exhibit in the Nordic pavilion during the architecture Biennale in Venice, is a part of the exhibition “In Therapy – Nordic Countries Face to Face”.



Nomination for the “Construction of the year 2016”
KS’s project Monoliten has been nominated for the industry’s most prestigious award, that highlights the best performing examples in regards to quality, collaboration process, economy and design.

Sege Park

Nomination for innovation competition, 2016
The project It Takes a Block is selected as one of the finalists in the design competition Sharing for Affordable and Climate Smart Living.



First prize in competition, 2016
Competition in a new town district Oceanhamnen in Helsingborg together with Veidekke.“The proposal takes vision of sustainability for future housing to a new level” describes the jury.


Stora Sköndal

First prize, competition, 2016
Design proposal for the Magnolia site in southern Stockholm. The design increases the openness of the area, connecting the adjacent urban fabric with valuable culture and natural surroundings. The supplementary urban fabric generates a rich mixture of housing typologies, programmes and activities.

Awards 2011 - 2015

Tyresö Golfbäcken

First prize, competition, 2015
KS’s commission for designing a new housing project with 200 apartments by the golf course in Tyresö proceeds.


Fittja terraces

Nomination for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2015
KS are delighted and honoured for the nomination which is granted every two years to acknowledge and reward quality architectural production in Europe.


The Educator of the year

Award at Arkitekturgalan, 2014
KS was appointed as the Educator of the year 2014 for the collegial discussion platform Think Tank.


Woodhouse Rosendal

First prize, land transfer competition, 2014
The urban block Woodhouse Rosendal, comprises 100 innovative housing units, using passive-house techniques around a community-minded, green and vivid courtyard. The buildings consist of solid timber.


Skärvet Växjö

First prize, land transfer competition, 2014
Urban block in Växjö, with a green and generous interior park space. With a rich mix of housing typologies, the block includes 190 homes, a school, elderly housing as well as commercial space.


First prize, land transfer competition, 2014
KS’s proposal Trädgårdsstaden, a block with 190 residential units has won the land transfer competition for Ringstorp in Helsingborg, issued by Helsingborg’s municipality.


Kv Postgården

First prize, competition, 2014
Second stage for an urban development project at Årstafältet in the south of Stockholm, called Postgården. The project contains a city block of approximately 90 apartments, which is a freestanding superblock at the neighborhood´s new square.



First prize, competition, 2013
Urban planning investigation for Kvarnholmen’s final stage, Gäddviken and Hästholmssundet. “A dense city, close to the water, with exciting qualities that are expected to contribute to a sustainable and vibrant urban environment.”


First prize, competition, 2012
Paradiset, an infill-housing project on Kungsholmen in the centre of Stockholm.


Bönan och Kisen

First prize, competition, 2011
A new city block at the Johan Helmich Romans park on Södermalm in Stockholm.


Sjöcrona Park

First prize, competition, 2011
Sjöcrona Park, a green urban development project in Helsingborg, with 300 to 400 housing units.



First prize, competition, 2011
Sverre, a renovation project and extension of an apartment block located at Vaksala Torg in Uppsala.



First prize, competition, 2011
Tryffelvägen, a masterplan with mixed housing typologies, a retirement home and a pre-school in Uppsala.

Awards 2006 - 2010


First prize, competition, 2010
Torget 5, a new city block with housing and commercial space along the river Strömmen in the centre of Norrköping.



Building of the year in Stockholm, nomination, 2010
Sparsamheten, villas at the Woodland Cemetry in Stockholm.


Stora Katrineberg

Building of the year in Stockholm, nomination, 2010
Stora Katrineberg, urban infill project with housing.



First prize, urban development competition, 2009
Barnhusbron, a “Ponte Vecchio” in Stockholm. An urban planning project, consisting of a habitable bridge, that brings new life to the city.



First prize, competition, 2008
Rinkebys future, urban development with new buildings at Järvafältet containing housing, sports and commercial activities.



First prize, competition, 2007
Monoliten, a new housing block which is part of the development area at Telefonplan, Stockholm.



First prize, competition, 2006
Ängsskolan, urban development in Fittja Centrum/ Fittja Äng.



First prize, competition, 2006
Annedalsterrassen, new housing block with 150 apartments.

Awards 2001 - 2005

Villa 1.0

Mies van der Rohe Award, nomination, 2005
Villa 1.0, a new concept for a catalogue home.


Länsrådet and Sparsamheten

First prize, competition, 2004
Enskede-Skarpnäck, housing area consisting of three parts.



First prize, competition, 2004
Astrakangatan, urban villas in Hässelby.



Wood prize, nomination, 2004
Rödby, student housing in Kista.
Publication: Arkitektur i trä



ROT-prize, honorable mention, 2002
Nybodahöjden, renovation project transforming a student home into housing.

Awards1997 - 2000


First prize, competition, 2000
Kv Rödby, property allocation competition.



First prize, international architecture ideas competition, 1997
Bo-2000, compact city block in Malmö.


H99 pavilion

First prize, invited international architecture competition, 1999
H99 pavilion, exhibition building for the housing exhibition in Helsingborg.