Jimmy is one of three partners in Funkia and is an expert in landscape design and cultural heritage. Since 2010 he is an accredited architect for the National Property Board of Sweden. Throughout the years, Jimmy Norrman has done a wide range of projects and is also an assembly member of Swedish Architects. His works includes both planning and designing dwelling areas, parks and public spaces in the city.
A small selection of Jimmy Norrman´s recent or undergoing work is the plaza of Forum Skeria in Skellefteå (2002), the plaza and streetscape of Teaterplatsen, Hofors (2005), the plaza Klacktorget (2009) and the plaza Jan Stenbecks torg both in Stockholm (2010), and the waterfront dwelling areas Söderkaj (2012) in Halmstad.
Undergoing projects are a Design programme for Riddarholmen in Stockholm, plaza of Orvar Bergmarksplats in Örebro, the residential housing Qvarnen Tre Kronor in Stockholm and designing the park Fittja Äng in Botkyrka.
Frida has been working at Funkia since 2006 and is one of three partners and part of Funkia’s executive group. With her background as Studio Manager of an interior design company she has been in the Architectural sphere since 1998. Her position at Funkia is chief of economy and marketing and as an experienced administrative manager she is involved with all major projects to ensure all internal documentation and project specific formalities are met.
Frida has a BSc HONS in Business Management from the University of Hull, England and is specialised in Design Management and Strategic Landscape Architecture.
Emma Norrman is the founder of Funkia which she started in 2005. She is now the president and CEO of the company and one of three partners.
Emma has been a practicing landscape architect for more than a decade. She is a highly accomplished within the trade and brings years of formal horticulture and design experience, project planning and collaboration to the company. Her main area of expertise is planting design and she is frequently engaged by clients for providing functional and creative planting solutions.
A small selection of Emma’s work, in which she has been responsible for the plant design, includes;
The park of Sjöstadsparterren in Hammarbysjöstad, Stockholm (2001), the plaza and streetscape of Teaterplatsen, Hofors (2005), the park of Sandgrundsparken in Karlstad (2006), the development of the plaza Sjövikstorget in Stockholm (2006) and the plaza Jan Stenbecks torg in Stockholm (2010).The Physic garden of Novartis in Basel (2011) and the Frescati Campus of Stockholm University 2012.