Private house, 180 m2 - Ongoing.
A daily life. A daily routine. House 669 works as a solid backdrop to a family of five. A flow is created through the house, walking down the stair in the morning, a glimpse of the garden and the weather outside, a choise of taking the door leading to the back garden in the east, with the morning sun. These connections continues through out the house, acts of movements, a glance of the sky, and a trace of cooking aroma travelling to the mezzanine.
The square plan is divided in closed and open spaces, and vertical openings in two diagonal corners. Closed parts containing private rooms, storage, laundry and bath room, open parts will be used for dining, playing and hanging out. Tactile, natural materails in birch, pine and terrazzo will dominate the open space, accompained by the colourful painted walls of the closed spaces, and kitchen/wardrobe islands.
The "New Lines" exhibits the speculative work on a future city at Stocholms Läns Museum. Conceived by Andreas's 3rd year students at the architecture school at KTH.
Open House blends nature, culture and architecture and forms a place to stay for free over night on the beautiful coast of Bohuslän. A horizontal plane lightly touches the bare rock hill and creates a landing for the red granite monolith. Circular cut outs serve as a place to sit, a place to gather. When closed the monolith is solid and opaque. Circulor doors pivot around the center and when open, landscape, light and paintings are blended. The interior space renewed and you will create your own look outs. After sun set you pick up the mattresses and spread them on the floor, creating your own place to sleep.
Extension, 20m2 - Ongoing
Garden Room adds a space with new character to a existing villa in Skövde. A floorplate protrudes into the garden, adding an extra room with a new character to the existing house. The Garden Room can be opened on all sides to allow for a space of multiple and varied usage all year.
Attic conversion, 80m2 - Completed 2014
Gable Roof is a complete attic conversion, adding 3 bedrooms, walk in closet, en suite batroom, workspace and a terrace to family of 5. A spatial sequence is created by longitudonally dividing the space in 4 sections. Two of these cross sections are turned inte storage walls, allowing a thickness, hence a degree of privacy between different functions. Coulors are used to develop a richness of spaces and moods, in a relatively small volume.
The basic idea of he proposal is to collect and relate place around the courtyards that are formed when surrounding the existing building. Natural and resolutely placed the new structure as a perimeter gallery to existing Vikingskipshus and perfects the back room as the existing building suggests.
The structure consists of a band of diamond-like forms bearing concrete, the voids between diamaterna filled bronze colored glass. The band becomes a gallery. When you stand outside the New Time Viking Museum allows it, between the diamonds, discern both the artifacts on display in the gallery, the public courtyard and in the background the recognition the building. The gable of the existing entrance emerging from the gallery, and together with a hard surface the forecourt of the museum's southeastern side.
Axial northwesterly direction established a new entrance. These two entrances are connected to the existing building's center and create the new museum's public areas.
Ethnography Museum, 16 000m2 - Competition 2015
The Budapest Museum of Ethnography is an elevated continuation of the new promenade along Dózsa György Street, in the City Park, Budapest. The building acts as a transitory space connecting contemporary public life with the institutional work of documentation and processing contemporary culture and everyday life.
The spatial concept is derived from developing a cross section through the building, that is characterised by adjacency, transparency and operational “closeness”, where all operating entities neighbour each other to create cultural intensity and social networks. By moving away from the route linearity of traditional museums, the building allows visitors to meander through the exhibition space vertically and horizontally, passing operative functions on the way. These spaces the professional activity of the museum are visually and spatially available to the visitors, but not accessible. This gives overall understanding of the ethnographic work in a spatial and volumetric experience.
Housing, 4 200m2 - Competition 2015.
Wooden architecture with green courtyards and lush farming balconies creates a contemporary Garden City in central Katrineholm. The ground-floor arcade reinforces the square's character as a trade and meeting place and contributes to life, movement and sense of community. The apartments offer a modern way to stay right in town. The apartments are bright , social and green. They offer various degrees of contact and detachment and a smooth transition between public space and private urban residence.
Townhouses, 1350m2 - Ongoing.
Attached Detached is a series of townhouses investigating the social aspect of proximity. While traditional townhouses expresses spatial and structural arrangement of sharing a wall, this project amplifies scale and individuality through adaptation of the private wall.
The building volume adapts to the context through the façade geometry and color scheme, ie each townhouse unit has a scale that is on par with surrounding settlements. This also creates recognition and identity for the residents.
Each townhouse has 2 floors, ground floor and upper floor of approximately 110m2. Kitchen and common areas are on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms on the upper level. The angle of the private wall makes a place under roof at either entrance or garden side. The masterbedrooms on the upper floor have access to a terrace. The building consists of two types of dwelling units, in which the different orientation of the rooms varies slightly.