Stockholm’s Architectural landscape ranges from well-preserved medieval buildings in the Old Town, known as Gamla Stan, to the stunning Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, and National Romantic styles prevalent in the early 20th century, to the more contemporary and modernist designs found in its recent developments. Stockholm’s Architecture is characterized by a diversity of styles, reflecting the city’s history, its geographical setting among the Stockholm archipelago, and a commitment to design and environmental sustainability, with newer buildings often incorporating eco-friendly features.