News in Nordic Architecture – Space + Interior
A collection of new projects designed by famous, and up-coming, young, Nordic architects. Featured works are presented with photos…
News in Nordic Architecture – Textures + Materials
The book introduces a wide range of the latest architecture and building transformations with focus on the use of facades…
The Architect’s Meal
The Architect’s Meal is an aesthetically sensual cookbook filled with wanderlust, where Marianne Ibler unites her passion for…
The project which greatly inspires our latest book News in Nordic Architecture Space + Interior is the Stockholm Nationalmuseum in Sweden. After five years of comprehensive renovation, the museum reopened with new structures, layers and interiors.
It represents a successful renovation which brings more daylight and details to the building, at the same time, respecting the building’s architecture and cultural historical value. The way in which old and new are combined while keeping the historical value truly shows new directions of Nordic architecture.
The floors have been designed with the ability to harmonize with the museum’s warm and soft character. New spacious elevators and space wrapped in a weave of patinated brass has also been made. The atrium has glass roof structures which are built up of many small pyramids.
More details and pictures are in our new book News in Nordic Architecture – Space + Interior.
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