Tham & Videgård work on the project to replace the old and run down metro station building and electrical substation with an innovative and environmentally friendly mixed use building. The new building will include activities such as restaurant, cafe and shops at street level and a glass house restaurant with outdoor dining on the roof terrace. The existing metro station and ticket hall will be refurbished and fit into the new construction. A new lift from the ticket hall to the roof will cater for better accessibility to the Högalidsparken park and church. Offices are placed on two floors between street and roof levels. Read More
Tham & Videgård in a team with British practices Territorial Agency and A_zero Environmental Architects, has been invited after international pre-qualification to propose an urban design and a strategy for the new city center of Kiruna.
The project of the T&V team uses available land as well as existing and planned infrastructure to establish a new and dense urban settlement. This would allow Kiruna to escape from being a town depending so heavily on the visual reference to the mine and instead become an urban place in its own right. The proposal also corresponds precisely to the need for new and relocated building mass to secure the realization of the vision. Read More »
T&V’s proposal for new Student housing at the Univeristy of Southern Denmark: a college in six low-energy buildings create a series of external social spaces within a landscaped park area. The result is a campus that operates like a filter that link public movement from the citycore in the north through to the green areas in the south and east.
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T&V design proposal for a new urban development and 145 000 sqm head offices for the Swedish bank SEB as part of the new Norra Djurgårdsstaden in Stockholm. Read More »
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 »
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.
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 »
Urban development in the city center of Södertälje – A green building scheme including new housing and commercial space at street and park level.