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There is a huge interest getting behind the scenes at Turning Torso and therefore we offer an one hour lecture on building – “From Vision to Reality.”
The visit takes place on the top two floors, floors 53 and 54. We can accommodate groups of maximum 75 people.
5-9 persons 380 SEK / person
10-19 persons 340 SEK / person
20-29 persons 280 SEK / person
30-49 persons 240 SEK / person
50-75 people 200 SEK / person
Prices are exclusive of VAT.
Mr. Turning Torso Tells The Story...

Jan Andersson has been the Concierge at Turning Torso since opening day 10 years ago and is one of our fantastic speakers.

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Born out of a sculpture, Turning Torso is an exciting building made up by cubes and twists towards the water and the world. Experience lodging, work and meeting venues in a new way at Malmö’s most attractive location completed with top-notch quality and service. Turning Torso is the tallest skyscraper in the Nordic countries and is designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. The building was inaugurated on August 27, 2005 and is owned by HSB Malmö.



The interior, floors, walls, ceiling and lighting is made of natural materials such as wood, marble & glass. Floor 54 is a bit darker in tone due to paneling made of wood of pear and floor 53 is lighter because of the usage of American maplewood.

The ambition is an atmosphere which exuberate harmony, where the focus should be on the people and let them shine. That is why a monogram color scheme has been used for all interiors. The color varies after lighting. Sometimes it looks like the color of champagne, sometimes greener, and on other occasions the interior appears golden.


The unique height allows you to enjoy a mighty view over Öresund, the city of Malmö, Lund, Skanör-Falsterbo, the Öresund Bridge, Möns Klint, Copenhagen and all the way to Ven.



During your visit with us you will get the chance to experience the top floors of Turning Torso, take part in the history surrounding the building, anecdotes and mind-blowing facts.