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Cliff Hanger / Björn Gross & Josef Wideström

01:00 - 18 November, 2013
Cliff Hanger / Björn Gross & Josef Wideström, © Krister Engström
© Krister Engström

© Krister Engström © Krister Engström © Krister Engström © Krister Engström + 14

  • Architects

  • Location

    Lerum, Sweden
  • Architects

    Björn Gross, Josef Wideström
  • Area

    300.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

Future Floda Winning Proposal / Mandaworks + Hosper Sweden

01:00 - 27 February, 2013
Future Floda Winning Proposal / Mandaworks + Hosper Sweden, Courtesy of Mandaworks + Hosper Sweden
Courtesy of Mandaworks + Hosper Sweden

With the goal to inspire new visions for the future development of the central part of Floda, Mandaworks and Hosper Sweden’s proposal was recently selected as the the winner of the architectural competition for the future planning of Floda’s city center. Their ‘Down by the River’ concept focuses on and develops Floda’s strongest qualities: water, nature and Garveriet. The public spaces along Säveån refine and develop Floda’s existing character and identity as a community around the water. The proposal’s hook is the Blue Square - an innovative reinterpretation of the square as a public space where the rushing river creates a natural spectacle all year round. More images and architects’ description after the break.