Designed by C.F. Møller Architects the new laboratory building, Biomedicum, is to be the powerhouse for research at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
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Stockholm architecture news – Swedish Transport Administration commissions Sweco to plan and design the modernisation of the station environment and railway network at Stockholm Central Station. The project covers the entire station, from tracks to platforms.
Sweden’s tallest timber building is made of solid timber, architecture design by C. F. Møller Architects in Västerås, a benchmark for a sustainable future.
ArkDes news – Stockholm Design Week: Welcome to the opening of Young Swedish Design 2019, announced by Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design.
79&Park Stockholm building design by BIG for Oscar Properties – contemporary homes with generous views and outdoor space, respectful to the national park, neighboring buildings and royal harbor.
Designed by OMA / Reinier de Graaf Norra Tornen results from a land allocation competition held by the City of Stockholm in 2013: project led by Reinier de Graaf, with Alex de Jong, Michel van de Kar and Roza Matveeva.
Housing at Hills Golf & Sports Club, Mölndal, Gothenburg, Sweden – first building phase with 56 single-family houses designed by Sweco Architects and 5 apartment buildings designed by Unit.
Controversial building design by David Chipperfield Architects Berlin, already criticised by the King, halted by new centre-right government, upholding Swedish court rule against construction. They ruled that the building “would affect the readability of Stockholm’s historical development as a port, shipping and trading city”.
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Belatchew Arkitekter has proposed the Stockholm Loop – an effective catalyst for 120,000 new homes and its residents’ needs in terms of work, housing, distribution, trade and sport.
Kjellander Sjöberg architects has won the competition for Nacka Port, a new urban district situated in the area between Nacka and Stockholm. The site has previously been identified by Nacka Municipality as a suitable location for a distinct landmark.
Ericsson Globe, or Globen as it is commonly known, will be developed into a modern multi-arena and C.F. Møller Architects has been entrusted with developing one of Stockholm’s most famous buildings.
Bornstein Lyckefors arkitekter designed Kokillen. 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.