Here rests one of most productive and significant 20th century architects in Sweden. Boberg earned international acclaim by designing the Stockholm Exposition in 1897 and the Pavilion at Exposition Universelle at the World’s Fair Paris in 1900.
His works in Sweden include many well-known and prominent buildings such as Stockholm’s Central Post office building (1903) with its towering massive presence and the department store NK (1912) in Art Nouveau style. Ferdinand Boberg designed not only public buildings but also private residences and industrial architecture. One can easily find many of his works just walking around Stockholm.