• Overcoming existing silo structures to realize the vision of a unified Olink.
  • Developing a flexible and scalable work environment suitable for an organization transitioning from startup to scaleup.
  • Providing adequate natural light in an initially dark building, while integrating laboratory and office functions in a seamless manner.
  • Undertaking the project during the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.


  • Strategic advisor throughout the process, including selection of a new location, strategy and analysis, programming, concept development and design.
  • The design concept was anchored in the duality of high-tech and humanity, represented by the use of stainless steel and wood, respectively.
  • Emphasis was placed on sustainability by preserving and highlighting the building’s original architectural features, such as polished beams, raw concrete, and a historic marble floor from Cykelfabriken’s former staff dining hall.


  • The transformation successfully reinforced Olink’s brand, dismantling the previous silo structure and fostering a unified Olink community.
  • The new headquarters has proven to be a hub for innovation and teamwork, as seen in the well-utilized communal areas such as meeting rooms and lounges.
  • Today, Olink in Cykelfabriken stands as a testament to the seamless integration of traditional architecture and modern, high-tech solutions, showcasing a commitment to both innovation and sustainability.