About Holygon

Our story

Holygon is a Swedish 3D modelling and software company based in the thousand-year old city of Lund, close to Malmö and Copenhagen.

In 2013, Felix Heuman presented his childhood friend Anders Lyhagen with a drawing, challenging him to reproduce it in 3D. They soon discovered that they could combine their individual aesthetic and technical skills to shape high quality designs. They decided to start a business, selling services based on advanced 3D modelling and custom 3D tool programming. Together, they founded Holygon.

Today, Holygon produces world-class custom Sketchup extensions and Sketchup 3D models, as well as 3D-printed scale models of architecture, landscapes and cities, for discerning clients worldwide. Holygon also holds appreciated lectures and courses on the craft of Sketchup.

what sets us apart

⌘ + C:\> = Holygon

The ⌘ stands for sight-of-interest. It symbolises our knowledge of art, culture and history. An ancient symbol and used in Scandinavia on runestones, it is now a recognised international sign, used to identify places worth discovering.

The C:\> stands for the computer prompt. It symbolises our command of current digital tools, including Sketchup and programming languages like Ruby and C++.

Holygon brings these two together.

what we believe

What is the point of a model that may be technically correct, but fails to arouse the emotions? At Holygon, we are cutting-edge only in a technical sense. We strongly believe that technology is only one part of a good model. It must also speak to the heart.

That is what makes a good model great. And that makes it worth discovering – again and again.

Holygon’s custom extensions – tools that automate and streamline design and production processes – are actually kind of similar. Great tools, by removing awkwardness, help you realise your intentions, and become a joy to use – again and again.


Holygon STAFF

Lead Designer & Founder

Felix Heuman, born 1977, studied architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, philosophy at the University of Copenhagen and got a Master of Business Degree from Stockholm School of Economics. Specializing in design and classical architecture, he has worked professionally with visual art, 3D modelling and Sketchup extension development since 2013.

Lead Programmer & Founder

Anders Lyhagen, born 1977, studied computer science at Lund University, where he also studied philosophy and mathematics. Specializing in developing efficient algorithmic solutions and custom tools for creating, editing and reviewing 3D models, he has worked professionally with software programming since 2010 and Sketchup extension development since 2013.

Holygon Careers

Sketchup Extension Developer

You have excellent and demonstrable programming skills. You have experience developing software applications – commercially or perhaps as a personal passion. You have a strong desire to learn the relevant API:s and programming languages for mastering developing premium 3D tools.

Preferably, you have good practical knowledge of how to use Sketchup or similar 3D modelling programs.

You are a talented, dedicated problem-solver with an eye for robustness in structure and quality in implementation details. You like a good challenge, and are not afraid to pick up new skills and responsibilities in search of excellence.

You wish to work with hands-on Sketchup extension programming, with diligent support from the friendly team veterans.

We provide meaningful and genuinely creative work in a small, easy-going and growing team dedicated to international 3D distinction.

We grant opportunities for a full-time or part-time position, here in the Swedish tech hub city of Lund, or teleworking from anywhere in the world.

Together, we design, develop and deliver the 3D tools of the future.

— Sounds like you?

Website Colophon

This website, first launched in June 2017, was built and is being maintained by Felix Heuman on a WordPress framework using the Elementor pagebuilder. Its web server is hosted by Oderland in Sweden’s only city with a proper name in English – Gothenburg.

The main typeface used is Josefin Sans.

The website should work on any device and screen size, but is optimally viewed on a large horizontal screen – just like like cinema.

Main images are typically 16:9 proportion and 2160×3840 pixels. If clearly attributed to Holygon, our images are free to non-commercially copy and distribute.

Should you find a fault with this website, let us know.

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Swedish Company Tax Certificate

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Swedish organisation number 7708304055

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Holygon Logotype

Logotypes and brands are provided below, in scalable vector graphics (svg) format, for direct download:

Holygon Brand Tetrapylon Color


Holygon is an officially registered European trademark.



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