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Mountain Restaurant Björk in Hemavan, Sweden by MURMAN ARKITEKTER AB

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Article source: MURMAN ARKITEKTER AB 

The building sits along the top tree line of the slow growing birch trees, beside the ski lift. This is a location that emphasises the buildings relation to the nature, summer and winter. From this site you have a panoramic view of the mountains and the valley to the south.

We wanted to make a landmark and a building that reveals how it is constructed from a distance, a distinctive and unique look that feels natural on the site and at the same time easily constructed with prefabricated parts.

Image Courtesy © Åke E-Son Lindman

  • Architects: MURMAN ARKITEKTER AB (Marie Ebersdotter, Bosse Nordquist, Andreas Farkas)
  • Project: Mountain Restaurant Björk
  • Location: Hemavan, Sweden
  • Photography: Åke E-Son Lindman
  • Client: Hemavan Alpine AB
  • Manager And Managing Agent: Hans Murman,
  • Structural Engineer: Truls Håkansson, Milla Persson, Domenika Chornobai and Ylva Backström
  • Structure: Martinsons Group.
  • Contractor: Contractor AB.
  • Area: 350 sqm.

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Villa N1 in Sweden by Lindvall A & D

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Article source: Lindvall A & D

Villa N1, designed by Jonas Lindvall of the Swedish multidisciplinary design studio Lindvall A & D, is a single-family summerhouse located on the west coast of Sweden. It is situated in an area that was once a popular holiday region, but is now inhabited all year-round. Drawing on the vernacular of the region, which is renowned for its wooden barns with horizontal planks, the 190 m2 single-storey house is built entirely of wood, including the façade and roof.

Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman

 

  • Architects: Lindvall A & D
  • Project: Villa N1
  • Location: Sweden
  • Photography: Åke E:son Lindman

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Kokillen in Fagersta, Sweden by Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter AB

Friday, April 6th, 2018

Article source: Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter AB

“Kokillen” is a black iron imprint formed by the site and program molded in a volume that relates to the situation and public space surrounding it. It’s also a building that tells a story about the reason why there is a city in the first place. That’s a story starting with one material – the extraction of iron.

”Kokillen” Ekomuseum, is assembling 60 heritage sites in Bergslagen Sweden in a new Iron Industry museum. One of the sites, The Engelsberg ironworks, is considered to be one of the finest industrial monuments in the world, and was added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1993. The sites include wooden manor, parks, smelting houses, blast furnace, forges, hammers, waterwheels, rapids, pig iron and bar iron production.

Image Courtesy © Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter AB

  • Architects: Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter AB
  • Project: Kokillen
  • Location: Fagersta, Sweden
  • Client: Ekomuseum Bergslagen, Fagersta kommun
  • Size: 85 square metres
  • Design Team: Andreas Lyckefors (head architect), Per Bornstein, Johan Olsson, Edvard Nyman

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Hus Nilsson in Söderhamn, Sweden by Tina Bergman Architect

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Article source: Tina Bergman Architect 

Architect’s View

HUS NILSSON is a summer house situated at the Norrfjärden bay in the archipelago of north Sweden, on a steep slope between the forest and the sea. Despite being on the east coast, the site is facing west. Buildings in the area are mainly summer houses, scattered along the coast line and accessed from behind by a net of private roads. The bay is lively with people fishing and bathing in the summer, and ice skating in the winter.

View through ‘outdoor room’ semi-external passage, Image Courtesy © Peter Guthrie

  • Architects: Tina Bergman Architect
  • Project: Hus Nilsson
  • Location: Söderhamn, Sweden
  • Photography: Peter Guthrie
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Adobe
  • Contractor: Byggbengt
  • Gross Area: 128m2
  • Year of Completion: 2017

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Plastic House II in Gothenburg, Sweden by Unit Arkitektur AB

Friday, March 9th, 2018

Article source: Unit Arkitektur AB 

West of Gothenburg lies Sweden’s fourth biggest island – Hisingen. Travelling from the centre of Gothenburg towards the western side of Hisingen, you first pass Volvos industrial production units before reaching the coast and the ferry terminal which connects Hisingen to the northern archipelago.

Just north of Hjulvik´s ferry terminal, a shift in the landscape occurs – from Hisingens plains (former seafloor) to Bohusläns coastal landscape with its ancient and sweeping outcrops of gneiss and granite. The last kilometre to the site winds and rises before finally you are rewarded with a great view back towards the ferry terminal. This area is called Hästevik.

Image Courtesy © Per Nadén

  • Architects: Unit Arkitektur AB (Principals Mikael Frej & Klas Moberg)
  • Project: Plastic House II 
  • Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Photography: Per Nadén
  • Ventilation: VVS-miljö Göteborg
  • Statics: KIB Uddevalla
  • Area: 200 m2
  • Status: Completion August 2017

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Passive Townhouses in Vallastaden, Sweden by Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

Article source: Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

In Linköping’s new district of Vallastaden, Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture has built a townhouse that achieves a passive house standard with four apartments. The townhouse consists of four volumes that differ in shape and facade patterns. The relationship is visible in the colours and expressions of the facade plates. In addition to each apartment there is a small courtyard with bicycle storage and a garden with patio and storage room for outdoor furniture. The storage buildings have green roofs and the façade is treated with an environmentally friendly wood protection and is grayed out over the years. The apartments have a flexible third floor with high ceilings that can be used as studio, playroom or additional bedroom. Each apartment has its own theme that is seen in the kitchen and bathroom furnishings.

Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman

  • Architects: Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture
  • Project: Passive Townhouses in Vallastaden
  • Location: Vallastaden, Sweden
  • Photography: Åke E:son Lindman
  • Client: Stångåstaden
  • Partners: NCC, Hanelko AB, Caverion, VML-Konsult
  • Sustainable: Passive house technology
  • Site: Vallastaden, Linköping
  • Team: Fredrik Kjellgren, Joakim Kaminsky, Jenny Nyström, Mikael Rehnmark

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Kjellgren Kaminsky Hq in Göteborg, Sweden by Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

Sunday, February 18th, 2018

Article source: Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

Kjellgren Kaminsky’s renovation and interior design of its own premises on Viktor Rydbergsgatan 14 in Gothenburg combines caution with bold approach. The office is housed in a 1917 listed shipowner’s villa, so all solutions are reversible and in harmony with the beautiful original decor. We have chosen a warm color scheme with soft and genuine materials that match the original wooden walls. From the main entrance you enter the office’s meeting room, a stepped seating area combined with the library. A large open space has been divided into smaller spaces using newly built meeting rooms and shelf walls. The office has been furnished with a large proportion of used and self-manufactured furniture. The work on BREEAM certification of the office is underway, which affects both the interior and the daily work.

Image Courtesy © Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

  • Architects: Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture
  • Project: Kjellgren Kaminsky Hq
  • Location: Göteborg, Sweden
  • Photography: Kalle Sanner
  • Software used: Autodesk, Autocad, Illustrator, InDesign

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Elderly Care Skärvet in Växjö, Sweden by Kjellander Sjöberg

Sunday, January 21st, 2018

Article source: Kjellander Sjöberg

Elderly Care Skärvet 

The elderly care is a part of the city block Skärvet, which is the starting point of Bäckaslöv, a new urban district in Växjö being developed along the railway connecting the city centre to the lake Norra Bergundasjön. The L- shaped building is the first phase and the cornerstone of the city block, offering mixed forms of tenure around a spacious, shared courtyard.

Image Courtesy © Max Plunger

  • Architects: Kjellander Sjöberg
  • Project: Elderly Care Skärvet
  • Location: Växjö, Sweden
  • Photography: Max Plunger 
  • Client: Skanska 
  • Partner in charge: Lena Viterstedt, Ola Kjellander 
  • Team: Sanna Taune, Andreas Nordström, Charlotte Fredriksson, Saki Azodi, Iselin Marie Johansen, Martin Kraft 
  • Size: 5 500 sq m, 72 apartments
  • Year: 2017

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Extension of offices for Byggom AB in Lund, Sweden by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Article source: Johan Sundberg Arkitektur 

At the edge of every city there are sparsely populated areas with various industrial and commercial buildings and warehouses. The houses are practically indistinguishable from one another, often built in simple materials and using the same jargon. Areas like these are problematic for a number of reasons, and yet they are accepted as an unavoidable part of the urban nature, not unlike a paunch in middle age or rubbish outside of an ice cream dealer in the summertime.

Image Courtesy © Markus Linderoth

  • Architects: Johan Sundberg Arkitektur
  • Project: Extension of offices for Byggom AB
  • Location: Gastelyckan, Lund, Sweden
  • Photography: Markus Linderoth
  • Client: Byggom AB, Lund.
  • Cooperating Architects: Mattias Andréasson, Patrik Bengtsson, Staffan Rosvall
  • Construction year: 2014

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Värtaverket Biomass-fuelled CHP plant in Djurgården, Sweden by Gottlieb Paludan Architects and URBAN DESIGN

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Article source: Gottlieb Paludan Architects and URBAN DESIGN

Värtaverket is surrounded by industrial, office, residential and recreational areas. This major extension was required to show consideration for its neighbours, and respect the presence of a number of protected oak trees and the function of the area as a fauna path between the northern and southern parts of Djurgården – a scenic area that blends into Stockholm proper.

Image Courtesy © Robin Hayes

  • Architects: Gottlieb Paludan Architects and URBAN DESIGN
  • Project: Värtaverket Biomass-fuelled CHP plant
  • Location: Djurgården, Sweden
  • Photography: Robin Hayes
  • Software used: Revit
  • Client: FORTUM AB
  • Collaborators: URBAN DESIGN
  • Gpa Services: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, PROJECT FOLLOW-UP, SITE SUPERVISION
  • Cost: SEK 4,5OO MIO
  • Fee: DKK 11 MIO
  • Size: 20,000 M²
  • Constr. Year/status: 2016

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