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Visiondivision is a Stockholm-based architecture firm founded in 2005 by Anders Berensson and Ulf Mejergren. They have completed numerous projects throughout Sweden, as well as in The Netherlands, Mexico, and Argentina. Visiondivision's diverse practice merges architecture and design to provide highly imaginative solutions for a wide range of clients. Past projects include an underwater habitat for crayfish (Cancer City, 2010), an addition to a villa for the client's children featuring underground caves (Hill Hut, 2010), a fire-heated bathtub for a former welder in his favorite childhood creek (Cauldron Claw, 2009), gingerbread houses for Stockholm's Arkitekturmuseet (2009), and a shrine built within a mountain for a mining community in Bolivia (Capilla para el Tio, 2008).