Nilsson Rahm is an architecture practice based in Stockholm, founded by Anna Nilsson and Susanna Rahm in 2016. The practice works in a range of scales, from exhibition design to housing. They recently won a competition in Malmö, Sweden to transform a post-industrial site and the remains of one of Sweden’s largest cement factories into a lime-based green landscape with two residential timber high-rises and a silo perforated and reinhabited by local wildlife. In 2017, the magazine Arkitektur named Nilsson Rahm as one of Sweden's most interesting young architecture practices. Susanna Rahm studied at KTH in Stockholm and ETH in Zürich and has previously worked at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and Wingårdhs in Stockholm. Anna Nilsson studied at Chalmers in Gothenburg and Universität der Künste in Berlin. She has previously worked at OMA in Rotterdam, Carmody Groarke in London and Wingårdhs in Stockholm.