Vintage Weekly: Apartment houses at Hermodsdal, in Malmö in 2004. In the 1960s a lot of apartment houses were built all over Sweden. It was a giant project called the “million project” that aimed to build housing for lots of people. But the times changed in the 1970s and there were too many apartments instead of too few. The building of new apartments stood still for some thirty years until the arriving of the new millennium when housing started to be scarce again and lots reserved for building in the 1960s started to be built upon. The big sign is for a Swedish chain of foodcourts, ICA.
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