Östra Kvarnskogen by Brunnberg & Forshed

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My Swedish is a bit rusty so I can't say much about this project, other than it won a big prize from the Swedish wood promotion organization Skogs Inustrierna. "Östra Kvarnskogen has been constructed within a large nature reserve with sharply sloping terrain. Here, nature holds sway, and there are houses which stand partially-upported by 7m-high steel pillars as a result of the mountain’s steep slope. The man-made and the natural appear to co-exist peacefully here. Its uniqueness leads heart and mind to a tranquil state."

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Photos used with permission of Skogs Intustrierna, credit Åke E:son Lindman

LOCATION
FLOTTARESTIGEN 8-80, SOLLENTUNA

BUILDING TYPE
40 HOUSES SITUATED IN A NATURE RESERVE

DEVELOPER
FOLKHEM, SVEN-HARRY KARLSSON

ARCHITECTS
BRUNNBERG & FORSHED ARKITEKTKONTOR AB,
KJELL FORSHED

CHIEF ARCHITECT
LUDMILLA LARSSON

COLLEAGUES
ÅSA SJÖSTRAND AND STAFFAN CORP

BUILDERS
LOOSTRÖM AND GELIN

BUILDING CONTRACTOR
FOLKHEM

CONSTRUCTION PERIOD
2004-2006

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::Skogs Industrierna in ::Swedish and ::English via ::Architectur

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