Stellan Fryxell has among other projects worked on the Hammarby Sjöstad project since 1997 in master planning and several statutory plans (Kasper Salin Architecture Award 2005) design guidelines, design of public spaces, coordination and urban management, environmental program, infrastructure, following-up etc. Clients: Stockholm City Planning Administration and Stockholm City Development Administration. Stellan has also designed GlashusEtt Environmental Technique and Information Centre building with double glass facades, fuel cell, solar panels etc. Stellan is or has been working with beside in Stockholm various projects in southern Sweden and in Oslo, Riga, London, Dublin, Ostrava, Shanghai, Chongqing, Huludao, Wuxi (MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2011, Winner Big Urban Projects; Taihu Sino Swedish Eco-City and 2nd prize in 2011 Shanghai Urban Planning Awards, Sustaina100 nominee and 3rd Prize in China NATIONAL awards in Urban Planning), Saint Petersburg, and Xi’an. Stellan is a SymbioCity-Expert in the collaboration between SKL International, Duyun and Eskilstuna.
Stellan has been speaker at conferences in London, Vienna, Naples, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Milton Keynes, Edinburgh, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Pamplona, Paris, Cairo, Barcelona, Seoul, Johannesburg, Prague, Birmingham, Rome, Dunkerque, Glasgow, Bern, Geneva, Strasbourg, New York, Toronto, Pune (India), Warsaw, Almedalen and Gothenburg (Sweden), Szczecin (Poland), Rotterdam, Washington DC, Brussels, Budapest, Lisbon, Sao Paulo, Medellin, Seoul, Rimini, Pordenone, Istanbul and Gwngjoo, South Korea; also lecturing at Architecture Schools of Lund and of Stockholm, Royal University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Fudan University and Tongji University in Shanghai, Chongqing University, South East University in Nanjing, Melbourne University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, Yongsei University in Seoul, University College London, University of East London, Cornell University, NY, New York University, Accademia di Architectura in Mendrisio, Switzerland, University of Minnesota and Hongik University in Seoul.
Stellan is the member of The International Federation of Consulting Engineers’ (FIDIC’s) Committee of Sustainable Development and representing the Swedish Federation of Consulting Engineers and Architects in The European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations’ Sustainable Development Task Force. Stellan is also a member of University College London’s steering committee on Urban Energy Systems.
Prior to joining Tengbom in 1991 Stellan worked with Ahlqvist and Co architects also in cooperation with Ralph Erskine, and worked in New York with the Regional Planning Association 1981. Stellan was working with Stockholm City Planning Department for 1974 -1987. Stellan has completed a Masters in Architecture in 1974 at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and completed further Masters in Architecture 1984 at the Royal University College of Fine Arts.