The Bridge over Rinkebystråket has been shortlisted in this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards in the category ”Transport – Completed Buildings”. The winning project will be announced on November 16-18th at the WAF Gala Dinner in Berlin.
The World Architecture Festival is the world’s largest international architectural event. It includes the biggest architectural awards programme in the world, dedicated to celebrating excellence via live presentations to delegates and international juries. More than 2000 architects from 60 countries participate at WAF.
Täby Centrum Roundabouts receives the European Concrete Award in the category civil engineering, that will be handed out in Rome on the 28th of October.
The prize is given by the European Concrete Societies Network (ECSN) every two years to encourage cooperation between Concrete Societies of eleven European countries and promote the development of concrete technology and use of concrete in Europe.
Täby Centrum Roundabouts also received Trafikverkets Architecture Prize 2015 and Svensk Betongs prize ”Helgjutet” 2015.
Stockholm is developing and the metrois growing with three new lines. &Rundquist is architect for the Yellow Line, with three new stations: Odenplan-Hagastaden-Arenastaden.
The assignment includes the design of the subway stations, from the planning stage to detailed design and production of a station-type, which will be the basis for the deployment of all new stations on the three lines.
&Rundquist recently visited the Kallhäll Station which is under construction…!
Täby Centrum Roundabouts received the award ”Helgjutet”, given by Svensk Betong (Swedish Concrete) every other year. The prize was established to highlight the ability of concrete constructions to create good architecture and / or innovative thinking in design and rational work performance.
Täby Centrum Roundabouts also received Trafikverkets Architecture prize. This prize is awarded by Trafikverket (The Swedish Transport Administration) every other year. The Swedish Architects Association administers the prize. Trafikverket’s architecture prize is given to a well-designed and -functioning infrastructure system that corresponds to high architectural and sustainable standards, with respect for the natural and cultural values. The facility that attention would have such qualities that help develop the community and become a role model for others. The awarded work should support the societal development and represent a model for others.
The Wooden Ventilation Tower in Stockholm’s National City Park is nominated for the Wood Award “Träpriset” 2016!
Träpriset is an architecture award handed out by Svenskt Trä (Sedish Wood) together with one of the largest and most famous architectural competitions. Träpriset is awarded every fourth year to a building erected in Sweden that is reckoned to represent good architecture in wood while reflecting and developing present trends. Träpriset 2016 counted a total of 139 entries. Of these, the jury chose ten nominations. The winner was announced on the 9th of March 2016, at Nalen in Stockholm.
&Rundquist is participating in a competition for a new bridge in Norrtälje.
The proposal is a swing bridge that moves with a sweeping shape across the water.
The Bridge of Sundsvall was a finalist in this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards in the category ”Transport – Completed Buildings”. Henrik Rundquist and Peter Leuchsenring were in Singapore on November 6th and presented the project in front of an international jury.
The World Architecture Festival is the world’s largest international architectural event. It includes the biggest architectural awards programme in the world, dedicated to celebrating excellence via live presentations to delegates and international juries.
The Bridge of Sundsvall is also featured in the new number of Detail structure 2/2015. The article puts on focus the construction process and is illustrated with technical details.
The Bridge of Sundsvall furthermore received the European Steel Design Award 2015, awarded in Istanbul on the 15th of September.
The European Steel Design Awards are given by ECCS every two years to encourage the creative and outstanding use of steel in architecture and construction in Europe.