Kasper Salin Prize nomination
We are happy that the project Bruksgården – Lindéngruppen, Höganäs, is shortlisted for the prestigious Kasper Salin Prize, an annual prize awarded by Swedish Association of Architects to a new building of high architectural standard.
Photo: Jens Markus Lindhe
Housing in Aspudden. On a steep slope two joined volumes gently inserts themselves into the landscape. The open buildings express the lived everyday in the homes for residents and passers by.
Örnberget – spine/precipice in Arkitektur
Our house “Örnberget”, featured in the latest issue of Arkitektur.
Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
Academy of Architecture
In 2017-2018, Petra Gipp is chairman of Swedish Architects Academy of Architecture.
The Academy of Architecture sees its mission to cover, run and discuss up-to-date issues of importance for the development of architecture in Sweden and to support professional development and knowledge within the field.
New book about Bruksgården
A new publication about the extensive conversion of Bruksgården between 2010 – 2016. Photographer Jens Lindhe has followed the work during the whole period and his photographs, together with photographs by Mattias Linbäck and text by Petra Gipp and Mårten Castenfors, gives a full portrayal of the big project.
It may seem trivial, but art needs a home and a home needs its art – otherwise it will be nothing of anything.
– Mårten Castenfors
We’re building a home for a family in Fjällbacka, a building made of cast in place concrete.
Finnish Architectural Review
In the latest issue of Finnish Architectural Review, Petra Gipp writes about architecture, body, memory and time.
” A story takes shape where the memory of a time is portrayed, where time is interwoven into the body and space.”
Woodland Sweden in Tokyo
Petra Gipp Arkitektur participates with the project Stadshagen in the exhibition Woodland Sweden in Tokyo at Archi-Depot museum. The event is hosted by Architects Sweden with support from the Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo.
PART – reopening
PART have moved in to our office at Åsögatan. The artwork, a collaboration between composer Kim Hedås and architect Petra Gipp, will be reopened next week. The work is a part of an artistic investigation that intends to explore how dimensions of architecture/art and music/sound may be widened as more layers are added to the totality. In PART, sound and structure interact to create new sequences that together build a polyphonically shifting play.
Design To Last
Part of our contribution to the exhibition “Design To Last” at ArkDes in Stockholm. The exhibition focuses on some of the design world’s hottest issues: long-term, quality, production and materials.
Photo: Kristofer Johnsson