C.F. Møller Architects has won a competition to design a residential complex in Stockholm, Sweden.
The architectural firm won the competition, which was launched by the Swedish housing association HSB, in cooperation with the architects DinellJohansson and the Tyréns firm of consultants.
The multi-storey housing complex will designed for Stockholm’s new Hagastaden quarter. Together with four other planned buildings, the complex will be part of Norrtull, a new public area of the city.
The complex will feature a supermarket, café and restaurant, magazine library and large outdoor spaces.
It will also include green rooftop terraces and a playground on one of the storeys, as well as a varied façade that reflects the various types of flats behind it, ranging from student flats to urban villas and penthouse apartments.
The ground floor of the facility will feature a staffed lobby, with access to the housing association’s many communal facilities, such as a kindergarten and workshops.
The new Hagastaden quarter is expected to be completed by 2025, with a total of 10,000 homes and 36,000 workplaces.