Category list : Scandinavia
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AR House highly commended As it flows and extends with the landscape Hamra Studio residence harnesses an immaterial sense of liberty
Nøysom Arkitekter: ‘sustaining the earth is about respect, reciprocity and using only what you need’Subscription
‘Experimental’ housing always tends to stand on the edge of orthodoxy, palely loitering on the periphery. Yet it can also be envisaged as the cutting edge: the first breakers that surge and spill from the progressive wave, pushing on to batter at conventional thinking and received wisdom.
The Danish practice has designed a pair of poetic interventions between land and water for the Sculpture by the Sea biennale
The openness conveyed by the light, form and texture of Finland’s libraries is pivotal to the country’s identity and social consolidation
Hides of industry: Johansen Skovsted, DenmarkSubscription
Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter are increasingly drawn to post-industrial rural sites where they can deploy wider regeneration initiatives
The courtrooms occupy the upper storey up to the roofline, giving these spaces impressive volume
Revisit: Lewerentz’s St Peter’sSubscription
Overlooked by the AR at the time of its completion, the enigmatic internal landscape of Sigurd Lewerentz’s masterpiece in Klippan still carries power and meaning in every brick
AR House 2018 Commended: made of stackable units providing living space for up to three months, this modular, portable and temporary housing system suggests new possibilities for superior forms of emergency shelter
CF Møller’s Storstrøm Prison, on the Danish island of Falster, is intended to make the facility less institutional and more like a village community
This jail is currently under construction outside Nuuk, in one of the world’s most dramatic locations for such a facility