As an owner of public buildings where many people spend time, we are able to make artwork accessible to people who may not usually see much art.


Intea Vänerparken has for some years sponsored Polstjärnepriset, a unique competition of its kind. With the motto ‘more than a competition’, Polstjärnepriset aims to shine a light on young Swedish classical music talent and to be a forum where young musicians can meet like-minded people and put their technical and performance skills to the test.

Årets vinnare av Polstjärnepriset är cellisten Hugo Svedberg, med juryns motivering: ”Hugo är en ung mästare med mäktig ton. Han har en självklar solistisk förståelse, musikalisk intelligens och innerlighet.”


Intea is pleased to support artists and show their work in our buildings and offices. As an owner of public buildings, we are able to make artwork accessible where many people spend time and to those who may not usually see much art.


Intea's architectural portfolio comprises a wide range of new and old, large and smaller properties. It includes culturally significant environments, former military urban spaces, buildings of great historical value, modern functional buildings and unique architecture.

The portfolio is a journey through the history of architectural styles, with building materials including brick, plaster, concrete, glass and wood. The aim is to preserve, maintain, develop, create and expand the architectural portfolio with new iconic and impressive buildings and urban spaces. The former garrison, or ‘Garnison’, area of Linköping and the campus area of Östersund are beautifully designed, with dominant symmetry and a powerful interplay between buildings, parks and courtyards. The Östersund campus is also one of the largest cohesive heritage-grade architectural structures, with listed building status. Halmstad’s university area features a mix of dynamic, heritage and modern architecture. Vänersborg's recognisable skyline is made up of Vänerparken’s modern, post-modernist and brutalist architecture.