About Paul Kvanta
Paul is 55 years old, raised in Skälderviken outside Ängelholm in northwest Skåne, and has been living with his family in Nyköping for twenty years. His great interests are music and architecture, or perhaps rather living environments in general. During his years as an architect, he has primarily worked on large renovation projects, often in culturally sensitive environments.
Paul Kvanta has been the house architect for the Swedish National Property Board for the eleven government quarters in Södra Klara in Stockholm since 2019. His first major project as a new employee was the work on KTH's main library, KTHB, in Stockholm. He has also been involved in several projects at Ultuna, not least Ulls hus, SLU's main building, but also ArtDatabanken and, currently, the renovation of the library, the Student House project.
Paul Kvanta is a partner at Ahrbom & Partner, an architectural firm in Stockholm with around 50 employees. The firm works on all types of projects, but primarily in the built environment, and has focused on sustainability since its inception. This was rewarded with the 2020 Kasper Salin Prize for the work on the renovation and restoration of the Culture House in Stockholm.