Bo 100

Bo 100

Printed on 230 g/m² paper

Matte finish

Printed in Malmö

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A co-designed building by its architect and original tenets

Bo 100 is located on Monbijougatan 4, one block away from Triangeln. Monbijou was the name given by Christian Gottlieb Amilon around 1810 to an inn in the corner of Spångatan and Norra Skolgatan, said to be inspired by the Monbijou Castle in Berlin, Germany. Mon Bijou is French and means my jewel.

Bo 100 is a unique addition to Malmös architecture. Built between 1987—91 and designed not only by the leading architect Ivo Waldhör but also the first 39 original tenants. Different individual wishes were joined into a unique building characterized by individuality and expressiveness.

With over 39 apartments between 42 to 140 square meters, the unique thing is that each apartment has its own unique layout. You can’t find two apartments that look the same. The house has 323 windows in 40 different window shapes. Each apartment also has its own color on the window frames.

FAQ

Do you offer refunds?

Yes we offer refunds. You can read more on our Refund Policy

Can I pay with Klarna?

We offer Klarna straight from checkout. Just enter your contact information and shipping information and Klarna is at the last step.

Is there more houses and history coming?

The aim of this project is to have prints and history of all well known and less known houses of Malmö. You can follow our process and give feedback/ideas on our Instagram.

Do you offer custom prints of houses/more sizes?

Absoutely, if you have any specific requests please contact us either on Instagram or send us an e-mail at info@hom.design.

Our product

Our paper

Our paper used for the prints is FSC™ certified, meaning, it's more sustainable and better for the environment.

Package

We package each order with care. We use sustainable and renewable materials for each package we send out.
Why? We want to reduce our environmental footprint.