A series of concave concrete panels hoisted on slender plank-like columns sit amongst the vast rural plains of Sweden, silently redefining the typology of an otherwise utilitarian structure. White Arkitekter's recent proposal for a water tower in Varberg is a slim horizontal structure, deviating from the typical, vertical and round design. Titled VÅGA, it features two tanks for storing water within its unique shape that may actually be better suited to its purpose.
Varberg: The Latest Architecture and News
https://www.archdaily.com/907622/white-arkitekter-reinvents-the-water-tower-typology-with-horizontal-concave-facade Vasundhra Aggarwal
https://www.archdaily.com/263629/komedianten-cultural-center-nyrens-arkitektkontor Jonathan Alarcón
https://www.archdaily.com/69805/refugium-of-a-forester-petra-gipp-arkitektur Nico Saieh