In the Krokholmen house, Swedish studio Tham & Videgård continues their investigation of the theme of the “minimal” holiday home. The studio’s fourth house designed for family holidays on one of the islands in the Stockholm archipelago, the Krokholmen house has a wooden frame and a tent-shaped roof.
New ways of travelling, not only for young people but for experienced travellers too. A new vacation concept has resulted in growing demand for hostels in European cities, and the creation of boutique hostels designed by architectural studios to offer low-cost comfort with quality design. Hostelling no longer means having to make do with less, for hostels are increasingly becoming special places inspired by a philosophy of sustainability and attractive design
C.F. Møller architectural studio designed the new ferry terminal in the port of Stockholm, giving the city a new recreational area. The infrastructure combines an innovative, contemporary terminal with a city park, and is the first project in the urban redevelopment of Norra Djursgårdsstaden, the district linking the city with the port.
The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm has a new pavilion for the school of architecture designed by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter. The school of architecture fits into the campus built by Erik Lallerstedt in 1910 while standing out from the historic landscape with its curved corTen facades.
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