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
The laboratory building that Tham & Videgård has designed for a new electron microscope is now completed and in use. It is located at the the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the Linköping University.
Invited competition for a new library and house of culture in the harbour of Karlshamn in southern Sweden. The concave facades define public spaces around the building and create a characteristic unity on the irregularly shaped site. Continuous glass facades maximize the sea view from both floors and make the program inside a visible part of public space outside. Read More »
New School of Architecture and Campus Entrance for the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm. Competition 2007, 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 »
A new nursery school next to the University college of Arts and Crafts at Telefonplan, Stockholm. Read More »
Building permission has been granted for the new department store in Uppsala, Sweden.
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A new branch of the Swedish Museum of Modern Art in Malmö.
Public opening on December 26th 2009. Read More »
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.
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.
Naturum Laponia, visitor centre for the Laponia world heritage area, Sweden.
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