Brass squares generate multi-tonal façade on Stockholm ferry terminal

Brass squares create multi-tonal façade on Stockholm ferry terminal
Photos: Johan Fowelin through Dezeen


&#thirteen Marge Arkitekter has employed a brass alloy, generally employed to make medals, to type a textured patchwork on the exterior partitions of a ferry terminal in Stockholm.

&#thirteen The three Strömkajen terminal buildings are positioned on a waterfront promenade on the Blasieholmen peninsula, adjacent to landmarks such as Grand Hotel, Countrywide Artwork Gallery and the Royal Palace.

&#thirteen The ferry terminals have been scaled down in relation to the encompassing architecture so as to not distract from the scenic views.

&#thirteen Every terminal developing is fashioned by a collection of boxy, cone-motivated buildings, which open up up at one particular stop to body views of the h2o and landmarks.

&#13 The cone designs are merged in numerous methods to satisfy the calls for of the distinct terminals, ensuing in buildings with no particular fronts or backs.

&#13 Squares of malleable Tombak brass have been utilised to clad the exterior, generating a burnished patchwork that wraps around the faceted varieties of the terminal buildings.

&#13 Glazed recessed panels mirror sights of the waterfront promenade and offer folks a location to shelter from wind and rain.




&#thirteen Courtesy Dezeen

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