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Elderly Care Skärvet / Kjellander Sjöberg

05:00 - 28 November, 2017
Elderly Care Skärvet / Kjellander Sjöberg, © Max Plunger
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Kjellander Sjöberg's Winning Design Provides Sustainable Urban Living in Malmö, Sweden

05:00 - 28 June, 2016
Kjellander Sjöberg's Winning Design Provides Sustainable Urban Living in Malmö, Sweden, "It Takes a Block" Proposal. Image Courtesy of Kjellander Sjoberg
"It Takes a Block" Proposal. Image Courtesy of Kjellander Sjoberg

Stockholm-based firm Kjellander Sjöberg (K+S) won the Swedish division of the Nordic Built Cities Challenge 2016 with their vision to transform Sege Park, Malmö into a socially sustainable residential hub. Their project "It Takes a Block" uses climate-smart and economically varied housing models to test architecture's capability to foster sustainable living. The proposal was developed in association with students from Lund University and Danish landscape architecture firms BOGL and Sted.

Kjellander Sjöberg's Swedish Urban Block to Increase "Civic Dialogue"

12:00 - 28 February, 2015
Kjellander Sjöberg's Swedish Urban Block to Increase "Civic Dialogue", Courtesy of Kjellander Sjoberg
Courtesy of Kjellander Sjoberg

Kiruna, Sweden’s northernmost town, made international headlines last year when it was announced that the entire town would be relocated two miles to the east due to mining operations by the state-controlled company. Now, the first phase of the Kiruna square redevelopment is set to commence with a design by Stockholm-based Kjellander + Sjöberg for an urban block of housing units around the town’s central square.

Kjellander + Sjöberg, along with development group Skanska, won a competition held by Kiruna Municipality for the square's regeneration. Under the moniker Fjällbäcken, the urban block responds to the idiosyncratic subarctic climate in a manner the architects describe as "sustainable in the long term." When realized, the 2000m2 housing development will have 90 apartments and feature a host of sustainable solutions. Onsite rainwater management facilities are incorporated into the project's planning, alongside provisions for green space and ecofriendly heating and cooling systems.

Learn more about the project and view selected images after the break.

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Fittja Terraces / Kjellander + Sjöberg Architects

00:00 - 5 February, 2015
Fittja Terraces / Kjellander + Sjöberg Architects , © Johan Fowelin
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'Paradiset 19-21' Housing Proposal / Kjellander Sjöberg

00:00 - 30 April, 2013
'Paradiset 19-21' Housing Proposal / Kjellander Sjöberg, Courtesy of Kjellander Sjöberg
Courtesy of Kjellander Sjöberg

Designed by Kjellander Sjöberg, their 'Paradiset 19-21' housing project creates a distinctive residential infill on Western Kungsholmen in central Stockholm. A distinctive addition with a strong urban identity, the project is a pliable mini-Manhattan, landing in the city block and building a vibrant streetscape with premises on the ground floor and inviting activities with an expressive urban character. More images and architects' description after the break.