The Danish and Swedish firms Cobe and Yellow, respectively, have won the competition for an apartment tower in the northeastern part of Stockholm, rising 100 meters above sea level and containing 300 units. Composed of three cylinders, it is an interpretation of historical gasometers in the area, in an old industrial zone where gas was produced for over a hundred years, until 2004. Several gasometers of that shape have been preserved and repurposed, but number 4 was razed and will be replaced by this new residential complex named Stadsljus (light of the city). Its faceted and pitched roofs incorporate solar cells and conceal technical devices. Using a modular and prefabricated facade-assembly system, construction is programmed to begin in 2026, for occupancy in 2029.