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Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann
Fotograf: Johan Ödmann

Solna Ingenting

"Ingenting" is a new neighborhood that was built adjacent to the SBL's (National Bacteriological Laboratoriums) historic facility in Solna, designed by Gunnar Asplund in the 1930s. The plant has a high architectural value.

In the area of ​​construction, low open there is a big "gräspelouse" is less simple stables are placed and lined today by nyproduktionshus. The main buildings and major laboratories are located on the mountain hill in the fund. Some are placed so that they form small, intimate and wind protected courtyards. The surrounding countryside has been culled, but the stately tall oaks have been left behind. New production encircles the original buildings on the west and north side.
Facade material of the original buildings are dominated by yellow hand-made brick and mews are even some hints of gray corrugated asbestos cement. Asplund drew inspiration from contemporary Danish architecture when he designed the SBL. The forms and groupings is broken so nothing feels big or compact, but peaceful and harmonious.
Black light design, along with AIX curator developed a new production of the original street lighting pole Gunnar Asplund designed for the area in the 1930s. Asplund luminaire line the parts of the area that is original. Other new streets lined with modern street lights but which evokes Asplund design by having an opal glass body that is transparent.

Client:

City of Solna

Landscape architect:

Andersson Jönsson landspace architects AB

Lighting designers:

Alexander Cederroth

Completed year:

2014

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