Double helix tower, 1st prize.

Tham & Videgård wins competition for a new landmark and observation tower for the new urban development Barkarbystaden in the municipality of Järfälla, west of Stockholm. Read More »

Tellus Nursery School

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A new nursery school next to the University college of Arts and Crafts at Telefonplan, Stockholm. Read More »

Department store in Uppsala

Building permission has been granted for the new department store in Uppsala, Sweden.
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Victoria & Albert Museum

T&V participate in the Architecture 2010 exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. The exhibition named 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces consist of a series of concepts exploring specific architectural and social typologies.
15 June – 30 August 2010. Read More »

Bergman Center, 1st prize.

Bergmancenter_1bBergman Center, entrance courtyard. Read More »

Vällingby Parkstad

Vällingby Parkstad
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Moderna Museet Malmö

A new branch of the Swedish Museum of Modern Art in Malmö.
Public opening on December 26th 2009. Read More »

Stockholm Concert Hall, 1st prize

Tham & Videgård won 1st prize in the parallel commission for the expansion and renovation of the iconic Stockholm Concert Hall, one of the most important public buildings of the period of 1920s Swedish Classicism.

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Västra Kajen, 1st prize.

Two six storey housing blocks located on the quayside in central Jönköping, Sweden.
Invited competition 2009, first prize.

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Emergency Architecture

Crossing: Dialogues for Emergency Architecture
Exhibition at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) in Beijing 2009.

Twelve international practices including T&V, Shigeru Ban, Rintala Eggertsson, Obra, Productora and Sou Fujimoto participated in this project which set out to develop new strategies to address the need of temporary structures following natural disasters.

T&V propose a view on Emergency Architecture that is inspired by the potential transformation of a temporary camp into a future urban environment. The idea is to integrate public spaces with an urban strategy so that the result is operative from day one and can also function as a guide, encouraging successive development over time.

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Söderöra – Summer House in the Stockholm archipelago. Read More »

Garden House

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Garden house in Viksberg. (2006-2008)
The client specified that the garden be the direct focus of the project, due to its significant part in their decision to retreat from city life. Our proposal  creates a vertical addition to the garden, where indoor and outdoor spaces gradually blend and interact. Read More »

Naturum Laponia

tva-laponia-02Naturum Laponia, visitor centre for the Laponia world heritage area, Sweden.
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Atrium house

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Atrium house on Gotland. Situated on a 10th century shoreline, a low house set in a vast landscape, overlooking the Baltic sea. Read More »

Vertical Village

tva-vertical village-128 Housing units in Hässelby, Stockholm. Client: Veidekke Bostad.
Responding to an increasing need around Stockholm for more dense single family housing, this scheme is inspired by the history of cultivation and green houses in Hässelby and Lövsta. Read More »

Top Lamp Series

TOP lamp series for ZERO, presented at the Salone di Mobile in Milan 2009.
The Top lamp is T&V’s first mass-produced product design. A sheet of metal is folded into a pyramid-shape and is sealed with a layer of translucent plastic to diffuse the light. One of the corners can be tilted by the user, making it seem more like a pendant sculpture than a light.
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Humlegården Apartment

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Kalmar Museum of Art, 1st prize

Open international competition 2004 – 1st prize.
Awarded the Kasper Salin prize for best new architecture in Sweden 2008.

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Ordos 100


100 villas designed by 100 international architects selected by Herzog & de Meuron and curated by Ai Weiwei. Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China 2008-10. Read More »


tva-asplund-1Exhibition at the Swedish Museum of Architecture -
Asplund and the New City Library Competition

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