Stockholm’s Slussen Project Finalists

The Slussen regeneration is part of Stockholm’s Vision 2030 initiative which encompasses the regeneration of several areas of the city as well as incorporating numerous social and economic advancements. After 70 years of wear and tear, it was decided in 2007 that the Slussen locks area be renovated and reconstructed creating new links with Stadsgården and Skeppsbron and driving activity to the area.
These are the five proposals in images by internationally acclaimed architects like Sir Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel, and BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), as well as Swedish firms Nyréns Architects and Gert Wingårdh Architect.

Nyréns Architects:

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Image (copyright Nyréns Architects)



Image (copyright Nyréns Architects)
Image (copyright Nyréns Architects)
Gert Wingårdh Architect with Tema:
Image (copyright Gert Wingårdh)
Image (copyright Gert Wingårdh)
Image (copyright Gert Wingårdh)
Foster+Partners with Berg:
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Image (copyright Foster+Partners)
Image (copyright Foster+Partners)
BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group):
Image (copyright BIG)
Image (copyright BIG)
Image (copyright BIG)
Image (copyright BIG)
Atelier Jean Nouvel with Habiter Autrement:
Image (copyright Jean Nouvel)
Image (copyright Jean Nouvel)
Image (copyright Jean Nouvel)

1 comments:

Rajib Hossain said...

cool blog piece on the marble quarries.
glass and stone mosaic

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