Stockholm Public Library​

Stockholm, Sweden

2006

A 258,000 sq.ft. addition to the historic library designed by architect Gunnar Asplund and completed in 1927. The proposal forgoes the use of regular floorplates in favor of interconnected cantilevered planes that allow for more casual, varied views between library users and the surrounding park and hillside. The entire structure is covered with a single box-like mass comprised of a parametrically designed pattern of interlocking brass-tinted alloy shingles.

Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition facade DONe
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition dual stairs REDIDIT
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition dual stairs REDIDIT02
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition column and base DONE DID IT TO IT
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition column and base DONE DID IT TO IT_1
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition screen study 02 DUMMY
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition floorplates from above DONE bw
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition plans group 3 DONE
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition plans group 2 DONE
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition plans group 1 DONE
Chapter 06c Stockholm Public Library Addition elevation and section  DONE

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