In the Town Hall in Västerås, a glass sculpture – 10 ft. by 20 ft.– forms one whole wall between the stair and the reception hall.
The various elements are richly plastic, thus ac-quiring a varied textural structure and colour ef-fect, though this is itself not markedly expressive. But Öhrström uses them to create a relief of his sculpture; this, when seen from both sides, appears as a clear, firm picture of the sun, drawn, painted and modelled.