(SE) DANDERYDS SJUKHUS UTE PÅ SAMRÅD

 

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WE KEEP GROWING!

 

We warmly welcome Desislava Lavrentieva, Harald Forsmark and Maria Purriños Rodriguez to the office!

23-05-05

 
 

WE CONTINUE GROWING!

 

We are strengthening our team with new talented colleagues and we’re welcoming Andreas Sandberg, Mikael Svensson, Adriana Heglewicz and Erik Aspengren to the office.

23-02-20

 

 
 

DEVELOPING THE NYBODA INTERCHANGE

 

Stockholm’s inner border is expanding and, in the process, it encounters around Nyboda a landscape dominated by infrastructure.

&Rundquist, together with Mandaworks, have been assigned with the task to develop the area in and around the interchange of Nyboda into an integrated urban environment where the connections between Midsommarkransen, Liljeholmen, Västberga and Årstaberg are strengthened. Traffic routes will be transformed into urban areas to make space for businesses, housing, parks and public spaces.

The assignment represents a natural extension of the &Rundquist and Mandaworks team’s ongoing project with the urban development along Södertäljevägen, Liljeholmen.

23-02-05

 
 

SAY HELLO TO OUR NEW COLLEAGUES!

 

We start the new year by welcoming our new colleagues Yupeng Lian Ryan, Amelie Rydqvist and Kristina Stonkutė to the office. All three will be part of the team working with the design of four new metro stations on the line between Älvsjö and Fridhemsplan.
Warm welcome!

23-01-20

 
 

TOP THREE IN SUNDSVALL

 

Our proposal for a new pedestrian connection at Sundsvall’s Central Station was placed top three in a two-step competition. The assignment was to create a separate pedestrian connection between the old station building and the platforms, with a possible extension of the passage in the future. With great respect for the old station, listed as heritage building, the proposal Måttfull uses the smallest possible footprint on the ground and lands in a low volume on the square next to the existing station. The bridge forms a spatial sequence that in a clear way forms the movement upwards and forwards over the tracks to the platforms.  It is a respectful and place specific link between the new and the old. The proposal maximizes the use of wood, which gives a warm and distinct expression and relates to local building traditions. Congratulations to WSP and Dissing + Weitling for the winning proposal Portamento.

2022-12-20

 
 

WELCOME OSCAR!

 

We warmly welcome our new trainee, Oscar Sundström. Oscar has a bachelor’s degree in Architecture.

 

 

 

 
 

GROUNDBREKING CEREMONY AT STADSGÅRDEN

 

GROUNDBREKING CEREMONY AT STADSGÅRDEN

The groundbreaking ceremony for the onshore electricity substations that we have designed took place on the Stadsgården quay in central Stockholm earlier this week. The facilities will supply the cruise ships with electricity from the local grid and are part of Ports of Stockholm’s environmental initiative aiming to significantly lower carbon dioxide emissions and air pollutants originating from the cruise ships in Stockholm and around the Baltic Sea. When docked, the cruise ships can switch off their generators, usually diesel-powered, and instead receive electricity from the local electricity grid. The project makes Ports of Stockholm the first port in Sweden to offer cruise ships onshore power connection. The smaller of the two substations is located within the port’s security zone, between car ramps and port equipment and its design draws inspiration from the steel constructions at the quay, providing the technical modules with a cladding made from woven meshes of steel plates. The second substation is somewhat bigger, and it is located further east on the quay below Fåfängans hill. Here, the idea was to place the technical modules behind a wall of stones, thus opening a calm and ordered façade towards the water. The facades consist of a gabion wall filled with left over stones from the construction of the new harbour, Norvik.

 

2022-09-13

 
 
 
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