servo stockholm is a design collaborative invested in the development of architectural environments integrating synthetic ecologies with shifting material states and electronic information infrastructures. Working in close collaboration with its affiliate servo los angeles, both offices explore the potential of networks as a way of organizing the practice and as a site of architectural research. As the name servo suggests, we operate on those sites where information and energy is transposed as it crosses from one system or circuit, to another, producing an architecture that acts as a spatial interface between physical locales and global information flows. Recent projects include an installation for the Seville Bienniale, the design of a private residence in Stockholm, and a proposal for a hydrodynamic vegetated roofscape in Stockholm.

servo’s work has been exhibited widely, notably at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Centre Pompidou, SFMoMA, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Wexner Center for the Arts, MoMA/QNS, Artists Space, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, and the Storefront for Art and Architecture. Recent publications include a monograph entitled Networks and Environments and projects in 10x10_2, Digital Architecture Now, Interactive Architecture and The New Mathematics of Architecture. servo’s work is part of the permanent collections of SFMoMA and the FRAC Centre.