The exhibition “Public Luxury” has just opened at ArkDes in Stockholm.
We participate with our physical model for the planned metro station Hagastaden, on the yellow line.
The station is designed in collaboration with the artist Åsa Jungnelius, who participates in the exhibition with an entrance on Excercisplan, designed as a prototype for the metro station’s artistic concept “the snake”.
Public Luxury is an exhibition about Sweden today, about our common architecture and design and about the contradictions and paradoxes of public space.
The exhibition will last until January 13, 2019.
&Rundquist, together with Saaha Architects and Degree of Freedom Engineers, has been selected to compete for the design of the new metro stations along Fornebubanen, the extension of the metro network in Oslo.
Our team, together with 14 others, has been chosen out of 84 international groups that applied for prequalification.
Today our bridge over Husarviken in Norra Djurgårdsstaden is lifted into place!
We had a lot of fun meeting students at the KTH Arkipelago fair this Friday! In connection with the event we organized a sketch competition for the design of the square between the Tekniska Högskolans eastern metro access and KTH. Today we announce the winners!
The first prize goes to Atefek Mortazavi, and on the 2:nd to the 5:th place came Khalid Dawari, Martin Gabrielsson, Narmin Heydarnezhad, Michael Kaplan. Congratulations!
Our bridge over Husarviken in Stockholm is now in the making! It’s all being put together in the Sonstorps Mekaniska workshop in Hällestad.
Our wooden towers were granted the Merit International Award within the 2017 Wood Design and Building Awards Program. The award was granted by The Canadian Wood Council.
The Wood Design Awards program is an opportunity to showcase exceptional wood buildings and serves to inspire designers to push the boundaries of what they think is possible for wood in construction.