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Old July 11th, 2012, 01:35 AM   #1
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SWEDEN | Projects & Construction

Wingårdh Arkitektkontor completes new venue in Jönköping

Spira is twisted as a spiral to catch the attention of the eye as well as the body; transparent, to turn every side into a front; compact, to be efficient and sparse; meandering, to create expectation.

The performing arts centre Spira in the city of Jönköping is a regional scene for music and theater in the southern part of Sweden. It is a culturally vivid part of the country, but the performing arts have not had a permanent stage so far. Wingårdh's proposal is a result of a winning competition from 2005 and the house was inaugurated on 11/11/11.

The building is tall, expressive and controls the surroundings of the man-made peninsula in lake Munksjön. The communicative approach is enhanced by the semitransparent façade, on which current programs can be displayed. The bright and curved walls give the building an ephemeral character that relates to the arts that are being performed inside.

The building is designed for rather small audiences, but in many different spaces. The concert hall seats 910, and a smaller theater is designed for 420 people. There is also a multistage, a café stage and a restaurant. All stages are on the same level, providing maximal accessibility for wheelchairs as well as transportations backstage. The characters vary from a deep green serenity of the largest saloon, to the acoustical flexible structure of the multistage.

The narrow but long foyer is a fluid space, all covered in pine, the local wood. It follows the curved line of the building and provides shifting views over the lake outside. The space ends with the café stage. In wintertime the warmth of the interior will make the building glow. In summertime, the foyer opens up to the terraces outside.

The cool, austere glass façades are bound together by warm bands of orange. As the sun sets over the lake, the coloured glass heightens the festive atmosphere of the foyer. The warm light mingles with the din of people coming up from the coat check. The doors of expectation beckon in bright colours. In the darkness beyond them, life is once again about to rise to a dramatic crescendo.

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Great to see a thread dedicated to projects in Sweden! Actually, it is quite a lot work to do to describe the larger projects as there are plenty of them planned and being realized nowadays.
If talking about 'Spira', it is a really good-looking object which suits the surrounding environment well.

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Old August 9th, 2012, 01:44 PM   #3
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Metro Arkitekter's design for new building at Helsingborg Central Station

In spring 2010 Metro Arkitekter were invited by the city of Helsingborg to participate in a parallel assignment for the renovation and expansion of Helsingborg Central Station ('Knutpunkten'). With the expansion of the platforms to the south, the new entrances will have a unique position in connection to the City Park. The pervading train tracks will be placed below ground south of the station, offering a connection with the new city district, H+.

The architects suggested a new station building, shaped as a sculptural and light roof, in this location. The station walls will be built of non-reflective glass so that users, from all locations, have a visual connection to the park area and the different types of transportation - transparent and easily navigated.

Architecturally, the station is different in comparison to the adjacent city blocks: instead, the inspiration is taken from the neighbouring park. The new structure can be seen as stylised trees which branch out above the platforms. Unlike today’s station, where trains live a secluded life underneath an office complex, the new station has its own individual identity, just like the old station, which was located in the same place. The new station will thus be an identity-building and unifying node, not only for the station area, but also for Helsingborg.

The building body is a steel construction, the top of which is covered with glass and solar cells, gathering energy during the day and emitting light during the night, so that the entire structure is perceived as luminous. The bottom is clad with perforated aluminium with varying amounts of perforation, providing intricate strains of daylight down into the station.

The roof and pillars get a cohesive expression in material, but in the pillars the perforation is more frequent, allowing plants to grow inside. With time, the roof will be perceived as a big floating slab above these vertical, green sculptures. Storm water is passed into the pillars and filtrated in water basins to the west of the station.

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Old August 31st, 2012, 03:39 PM   #4
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Metro Arkitekter designs new Central Station in Malmö

The City Tunnel, opened in December 2010, is an underground rail link connecting Malmö to the Öresund Bridge and Copenhagen. At Malmö Central Station, passengers enter the subterranean station through the Glass Hall, a 130-metre terminal that unites Malmö’s busy city streets with its elegant waterfront. It is used by 40,000 passengers every day. With its ultra-modern glass and steel structure, the Glass Hall unmistakeably belongs in the 21st century. As such it unfurls the latest chapter in Malmö Central Station’s long history and builds on a proud tradition of moving with the times.

Metro has been responsible for the design of all new construction and alterations at Malmö Central Station above ground. The City Tunnel is being constructed to the north of the existing Malmö Central Station. A new arrivals area is being created which is delimited partly by the new 'Glass Hall', and partly by the new car park building to the east. The Glass Hall’s modern design contrasts with the historic building of the Central Station.

Modern architecture efficiently caters for the increasing flow of people travelling, while some older parts of the station have been given a different use with a greater focus on service. Over 150 years, Malmö Central Station has been altered, converted and extended. This might therefore be viewed as a series of well defined annual rings. With the Glass Hall and the other additions being made now, yet another annual ring is being added.

For one and a half centuries, Malmö Central Station formed a northerly limit for city planners. But the redevelopment of Malmö’s old wharves and docksides means the station is about to claim a more central position as the city’s transport hub. The new Glass Hall on the station’s north wing symbolises the city’s fresh direction. It presents a gleaming new front to the north, once the station’s unprepossessing neighbour.

Malmö Central Station is a protected heritage building. The original terminal is the oldest structure of its type in Sweden and it has been a major challenge not just to preserve the terminal’s original character but to enhance it. Jernhusen has worked closely with the Skåne County Administrative Board to achieve this, for instance by creating full visibility into the Train Shed for the first time through the adjacent Glass Hall.

Commuter flow is channelled through the new Glass Hall, where the materials, services and signage create an air of pace and efficiency. Steel, concrete, slate and glass set the tone. Passengers can purchase fast food and books and exchange foreign currency. Shop owners who have moved here from other parts of the station have seen their sales rise due to the prime location.

The old Central Hall has been redesigned as a covered mall with restaurants and cafés. The inviting, service oriented atmosphere aims not only to attract passengers but also lunchtime visitors working close by. The lighting is subdued and the interior draws inspiration from the Central Hall’s history.

Supporting the glass facade is a wire lattice never before used in Sweden. Designed for maximum lightness, the wires create tension to protect the glass structure from gusting winds. Suspended from the ceiling are sheets of perforated steel for sound proofing and ambient lighting. Along with the tinted glass, these design details create a calm atmosphere – despite the natural hardness of the materials used.

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Metro Arkitekter's design for new building at Helsingborg Central Station

In spring 2010 Metro Arkitekter were invited by the city of Helsingborg to participate in a parallel assignment for the renovation and expansion of Helsingborg Central Station ('Knutpunkten'). With the expansion of the platforms to the south, the new entrances will have a unique position in connection to the City Park. The pervading train tracks will be placed below ground south of the station, offering a connection with the new city district, H+.

The architects suggested a new station building, shaped as a sculptural and light roof, in this location. The station walls will be built of non-reflective glass so that users, from all locations, have a visual connection to the park area and the different types of transportation - transparent and easily navigated.

Architecturally, the station is different in comparison to the adjacent city blocks: instead, the inspiration is taken from the neighbouring park. The new structure can be seen as stylised trees which branch out above the platforms. Unlike today’s station, where trains live a secluded life underneath an office complex, the new station has its own individual identity, just like the old station, which was located in the same place. The new station will thus be an identity-building and unifying node, not only for the station area, but also for Helsingborg.

The building body is a steel construction, the top of which is covered with glass and solar cells, gathering energy during the day and emitting light during the night, so that the entire structure is perceived as luminous. The bottom is clad with perforated aluminium with varying amounts of perforation, providing intricate strains of daylight down into the station.

The roof and pillars get a cohesive expression in material, but in the pillars the perforation is more frequent, allowing plants to grow inside. With time, the roof will be perceived as a big floating slab above these vertical, green sculptures. Storm water is passed into the pillars and filtrated in water basins to the west of the station.

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WOW, I really hope that this buildings will be build, cause Knutpunkten is really a stinky shitty hellholestation, it really needs to be refreshed. But to be honest, I doubt that this project will be realized. The city is already thinking about canceling the project-tunnel between Helsingborg and Helsingör, and now this pops up too. Helsingborg dont got the money for these large projects. So I strongly doubt.
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Stockholm station

3XN Architects designed the building of Stockholm Station (Stockholm City Station). It will be located in the historic city center on 28 000 m2. In addition to the station on its territory will be in the hotel and conference center.

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L’Oreal Office in Stockholm | ? m. | 6 fl.

L’Oreal Office
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A proposal by IAMZ Design Studio of the Products Company building for a new french beauty brand L'Oreal office in Stockholm.
The building will occupy 600 sq. m. and be 6 floors high.

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Concept: There is no main concept of the shape , but we try to show the idea through the lines and holes on the elevations taken from water's shapes under sun , that with the organic shapes put the feeling of movement which reflect the spirit of the natural beauty of the company products, which makes the customer more beautiful and freshness.
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Architects: 3XN Architects
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Client: Swedish Jernhusen
Total Area: 28,000 m2
Expected Completion: 2017

Marking the entrance to Stockholm’s inner city center, the Stockholm City Station. Designed by 3XN Architects, integrates the station, a hotel, conference center, and apartments. The main idea behind the design was to create a building that gently adjusts to the area’s existing building in scale and expression, and which reinterprets a number of local Swedish design traditions. Containing a number of public and private functions, the building will contribute positively to creating life in the surrounding neighborhood.










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The Bredgatan Area, part of the H+ city renewal project, will be one of the first areas to see Urban Regeneration in Helsingborg, Sweden

The H+ project is one of Sweden's must ambitious planning and urban renewal projects. The ongoing process aims to radically transform the southern parts of Helsingborg connecting them to the sea through the " Blue-green connection", a landscaped water feature. The central core of the H+ project is located around the Bredgatan area, a former industrial sector which is already evolving with the presence of the Helsingborg Campus, and several dynamic companies.

This area is strategically located between the old city and the harbour, and will be one of the first areas to undergo transformation, it will serve as a "test-bed" for H + at large, but will also be given its own identity in the H + urban mosaic. The area can be seen as the "locomotive" that will pull along the rest of the H + project and also contribute in a decisive way to Helsingborg future development. The area is already hosting the Helsingborg university Campus, and several dynamic companies, but lacks of housing, public services and has a poor public spaces.

The aim is to transform the area into a mixed urban fabric, keeping the spirit of entrepreneurship and enhancing the collaboration between university and companies. To create a dynamic core, the blue-green connection is accompanied with a longitudinal knowledge axis formed by several educational institutions placed along the Canal, from primary schools to higher education and adult training. The two sides of the Canal has two very different characters, the south is intensively planted, whereas the north is mineral.

The varying width and depth of the central promenade gives ever new perspectives. Variation in scale and building typologies, mixing old and new, create a dynamic urban fabric with a combination of intimate and more spectacular public spaces. Along the canal ground floors are used for education, café, restaurants, and office. Ground floor of existing buildings are glazed to create new relationships. The new city blocks opens up onto canal room which helps to give depth and richness of the event. Urban catalysts in the form of multi-functional buildings are placed in strategic points which activates the Canal space further.

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Artipelag / Nyréns Arkitektkontor

Architects: Nyréns Arkitektkontor
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Design Team: Johan Nyrén, Lukas Thiel, Staffan Hillberg, Peter Karlsson, Viktor Kjellberg, Måns Kärnekull, Karin Nyrén, Fabian Pyk, Oscar Pyk, Haldur Rohtla, Ebba Sjödahl, Gunilla Stenberg, Carolina Wikström, Mårten Ubbe
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Charlie Bennet

The art gallery Artipelag is a piece of architecture that is integrated in the landscape in such a way that it feels like it is growing out of the cliff it’s standing on. With the surrounding pine forest and the careful placement in Hålludden, outside of Stockholm, the building overlooks the beautiful Baggen bay. To get here you go on a winding road edged by large oak trees, through the meadows and woods to arrive at a view of the windswept dwarf pines. Artipelag epitomises the sensitivity to context and location in Johan Nyrén’s architecture. He immediately found the tone and sentiment of the landscape which convinced the client Björn Jakobson of the concept.

In the first analysis made by Nyrén, you can see a sketch that shows the concept’s alignment with the surrounding nature. The building twists around the mountain, follows the topography and takes advantage of the magnificent view. Nyrén has then taken this into the very details and materials with traces of bedrock inside the restaurant, with wane boards in the facade and a green roof. The holistic approach and final result shows that the initial concept has proved robust and sustainable even though the work process with a few compromises in the details has been far from ideal.

The project is founded on a donation by Björn Jakobson, founder and owner of Baby Björn. As Jakobson wished to integrate the memories of his previous visits to beautiful places around the world with his love of the archipelago and his interest in art, he hatched the idea of a venue for art, culture and design based in the archipelago. In Artipelag nature and culture are interwoven into a wholesome experience for visitors from both near and far.

The first phase covers about 10,000 sq.m. including a ”black box”, conference rooms, studio, shop, restaurant and cafe. The black box is central to the project and can be used for events, concerts and film and sound recordings. The many options of use and function make the facility usable all year around. An extension to the existing facility is planned to also include hotel and staff accommodation.

The dramatic room in the north-west is typical of the building idea. A small rift was discovered when the bedrock was uncovered by the blast. Instead of removing the bedrock, the programme expanded to incorporate it into the design. The floor of the room consists of bedrock with glass in the facade facing down towards the bay, shining between the trees.

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Media Evolution City / JUUL FROST Architects

Architects: JUUL FROST Architects
Location: Malmö, Sweden
Project Year: 2012
Project Area: 9,600 sqm
Photographs: Felix Gerlach

Media Evolution City officially opened in June and today more than 450 media people work in the building. The building houses small, medium sized and large media companies and the objective is to create a meeting place for innovation, business development and match making. JUUL | FROST Architects have opened JFA Studio – a Swedish showroom – in the building and have hereby moved into their own design.

Media Evolution City is developed by JUUL | FROST Architects in close collaboration with Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB and Media Evolution which are responsible for running Media Evolution City. Frames for “new ways of working” characterized by collaboration, synergy and knowledge sharing is the result of the project. Hereby the building becomes a manifestation of the measures that the City of Malmö currently are initiating in order to support the city’s ongoing transformation process.

Media Evolution City is programmed as “a city in the city” with streets, alleys and public facilities at floor level where informal and temporary meetings take place. Staircases function as meeting places that not only lead users and visitors around in the building but in combination with transparent glass panels actively expose the various activities that take place in Media Evolution City.

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Henning Larsen creates dynamic urban campus on former industrial site

Umeå Arts Campus is the name of a new dynamic centre of excellence currently rising on a previous industrial plot by the north beach of Umeå River in Northern Sweden. The project is a fine example of a modern regeneration of the urban harbour area.

The first stage of the Arts Campus adds three new buildings to the existing industrial setting: the School of Architecture, the Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Museum. The three buildings each contribute with a distinctive identity to the area and refer to the other buildings of the city in scale and expression.

The interaction between independence and synergy is the fundamental idea for the structures. It is created by physically linking the buildings in a big base close to the riverside that holds all common facilities. The unique locality at the water with the riverside promenade and the proximity to the centre of Umeå are the ideal surroundings for a university campus with public recreational areas.

The architectural vision of the campus site is to create a dynamic, lively environment along the river bank. The area will rise as a manifold, composite structure, combining old and new in an almost anarchistic composition. The idea is that the Arts Campus will act as an arena for education, research and professional activities in architecture, design, art and digital cultures - a creative environment that is somewhat unique for Sweden, Europe and perhaps the entire world.

Henning Larsen Architects attaches great importance to designing environmentally friendly and integrated, energy-efficient solutions. Thus, the Art Museum and the School of Architecture, which are both now finished, have been developed on the basis of the latest sustainability research considering aesthetics, location, function, space, comfort and materials as a whole.

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Mältaren Office Building / Rosenbergs Arkitekter

Architects: Rosenbergs Arkitekter
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 4,400 sqm
Photographs: Axel Kårfors, Tord-Rikard Söderström

The office building in Hammarby Sjöstad has a concrete façade in relief forming a protective wall against Hammarby allé. The façade is divided into angled facets that are alternated giving it a braided effect. The heavy façade and the heavy concrete structure give the office a thermal capacity that reduces energy consumption.

The façade divisions allow for a varied window placement, where each office module can have two windows at different heights. One that is placed higher up, which provides light without a glare, and one lower down which has a view. The remaining façades are curtain wall systems with transparent and opaque glass panels. A penthouse with a double glazed façade cantilevers towards Hammarby Fabriksväg.

The office has its main entrance from Lugnets allé from which one also reaches the gym on the ground floor.

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Flat Iron Building / Rosenbergs Arkitekter

Architects: Rosenbergs Arkitekter
Location: Torsgatan, Lilla Bantorget, Stockholm, Sweden
Year: 2009
Area: 18,200 sqm
Photographs: Åke E:Son Lindman, Tord Rikard Söderström

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Kuggen

Architects: Wingårdh Arkitektkontor
Location: Lindholmsplatsen, Göteborg, Sweden
Area: 5350 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Tord-Rikard Soderstrom, Lindman

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Passive House School Winning Proposal / Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

Architects: Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture (KKA)
Location: Kungsbacka, Sweden
Team: Joakim, Fredik, Melia, Michael, Michele, Joti, Maelis, Sanna, Johan, Pamela, Maria, Paulina, Kay
Client: Eksta
Size: Medium 80,000 m²
Stage: Detailed Design
Energy Usage: 38,0 kWh/m²,year (Swedish passive house definition: minimum 45,0 kWh/m²,year)
Max Effect: 12,1 W/m²,K (Swedish passive house definition: minimum 15,0 W/m²,K)
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All of them design is my taste!
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