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
Building permission has been granted for the new department store in Uppsala, Sweden.
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T&V will exhibit at the 12th Intl. Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, directed by Kazuyo Sejima and titled People meet in architecture.
Nordic Pavilion, Giardini, 29th August – 21st November 2010.
T&V lecture at the Faculty of Architecture at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany.
28 June 2010 at 19:30. Kármán-Auditorium, Fo4.
T&V lecture at the Aarhus school of Architecture in Denmark.
Friday 28th of May 2010 at 15.00h.
Main auditorium, Udstillingsbygningen, Nørreport 22, Aarhus.
The T&V scheme for the extension and re-organisation of Ivar Tengbom’s neoclassical masterpiece in central Stockholm has been selected for continued study. The program includes a new roof top concert and restaurant space, a new Black Box theatre at street level, a new outdoor Hötorget stage, and new facilities throughout the building for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra as well as for visiting orchestras. www.konserthuset.se
BINA 2010: Housing Models: Experimentation and Everyday Life. Exhibition May 7-15 2010. Artget gallery, Cultural center of Belgrade.
T&V lecture on Saturday May 8th at 18.30h. Cultural center of Belgrade, I floor, Knez Mihailova st.6, Belgrade, Serbia.
T&V invited to propose design for multi purpose buildings at Vällingby Parkstad / Råcksta Gård. The other participating practices are BIG, 3xN and Wingårdhs.
Client: Sveafastigheter and Stockholms Stad.
T&V lecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD).
48 Quincy Street, Gund Hall, Cambridge
Monday April 5th at 14.00.
The recently inaugurated new branch of Moderna Museet in Malmö is on the front cover of the March issue of AR. Catherine Slessor writes the review.
T&V invited to propose design for the Bergman Center Foundation on Fårö Island. The purpose of the BCF is to manage and develop the artistic legacy of the Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman. Situated close to Fårö Church and the Ingmar Bergman residence at Dämba, the new premises will be the hub of the Bergman Center’s public activities, including a permanent exhibition, cinema, audio listening room, library, shop, café and a cinematographic park. It will also be the base for the annual Bergman Week.
T&V lecture at the Museum of Finnish Architecture by invitation from the Alvar Aalto association. Wednesday January 27th 2010 at 18.00 h. Museum of Finnish Architecture, Kasarmikatu 24, Helsinki.