Sjötorget Kindergarten / Rotstein Arkitekter

© Åke E:son Lindman

Architects: Rotstein Arkitekter
Location: Stockholm,
Team Leader: Anders Rotstein
Design Team: Katarina Bukowska, Måns Elander, Jonas Hesse, Petter Forsberg, Rickard Rotstein
Year: 2013
Photographs: Åke E:son Lindman

Sjövikstorget 1 / Rotstein Arkitekter

© Åke E.son Lindman

Architects: Rotstein Arkitekter
Location: , Sweden
Chief Architect: Rickard Rotstein
Team Leader: Anders Rotstein
Team: MÃ¥ns Elander, Christer Engdahl, Petter Forsberg, Christian Hansen, Linda Hedebro, Cecilia Hendefeldt, Leif Johansen, Anette Lebbad, Therese Nilsson
Client: JM AB
Year: 2012
Photographs: Åke E.son Lindman

Stockholm Bypass / Rotstein Arkitekter

Bypass (Förbifart ) is the new highway linking the southern and the northern parts of , planned to be open in 2020. The major part of the project – 17 of the 21 kilometres – consists of tunnels. The length of the tunnels requires extra care in designing a safe and attractive environment.

Early conceptual sketches are now interpreted by researchers in behavioural science and traffic safety in cooperation with Rotstein Arkitekter, the architects in charge of the tunnel design. Daylight illumination in the tunnels, optical guidance based on curvature and designed underground domes (working as lungs with fresh air and natural light) are creating continuous flows and unique landmarks.

An early stage of the design concept is now featured in this autumn’s main exhibition at the Swedish Museum of Architecture, spotlighting infrastructure – road and rail traffic – and its connection with urban planning.

More images after the break.

Sodra Lanken / Rotstein Arkitekter

Architects: Rotstein Arkitekter
Location: Stockholm,
Architect in charge: Rickard Rotstein
Constructed Area: approx 15,000 sqm
Project year: 1997-2004
Client: Vägverket (Swedish Road Administration)
Photographs: Åke E:son Lindman,

Office interior in a former bicycle factory / Rotstein Arkitekter

Architects: Rotstein Arkitekter
Location: S:t Eriksgatan 46, Stockholm,
Project year: 2007