Karolinska Institutet, Aula Medica
Nobels väg 6
17165 Solna, Stockholm
A stone’s throw from Vasastan in Stockholm is Aula Medica, Karolinska Institutet’s large auditorium. The auditorium is located by Solnavägen facing the new Karolinska University Hospital. The premises are excellent for both internal and external conferences, general meetings, meetings and events. Here, e.g. Nobel lectures and scientific symposia that bring together people from all over the world. The house has large airy and exciting foyers on several levels to use for exhibitions and mingling.
Aula Medica was built through a donation from the Erling-Persson Family Foundation in connection with Karolinska Institutet’s 200th anniversary. Aula Medica was inaugurated on October 11, 2013. The architect for Aula Medica is Wingårdh Architects’ Office.
The auditorium in Aula Medica is called the Erling Persson Hall, named after the donor Stefan Persson’s father, H&M founder Erling Persson. The pillar-free hall is built as an amphitheater with room for 1,000 people. With fantastic acoustics and a large stage, the auditorium works for many different types of events. The hall has a high technical standard.