In Sunsdsvall, a city on the riverside located in the north of Sweden, it was proposed to transform an old port and industrial area built on embankment over water, into a multifunctional arts and theater center, according to an organic geometry inspired by the shape of the rocks.
The new topography proposed is not only sustainable but also ensures energy efficiency for the building. Architecture and public space, two distinct territories, merge, challenging current urban design conventions.
|The volume of the two main amphitheaters highlights the city’s identity when designing a new skyline.|
The public space flows over the green roof that covers almost the entire structure, transporting nature to the urban environment.