STOCKHOLM NOBEL CENTRE
Situated as a “solitaire” on a prominent water-front location along the Blasieholmen in the center of Stockholm, adjacent to the Friedrich August Stüler-designed Swedish National Museum, the new building will serve as the Nobel Prize’s first-ever home and establish the area as a predominant cultural destination.
Team Leader_ Sara Torrijos
Locations_ Swedish National Museum, Stockholm
Area_ 25700 sqm
Project year_ 2015
Images_ LOTO archilab
Circulation will begin on the open ground floor, accompanied by various museum activities, and will lead past the library, the conference area, the restaurant and the offices up to the auditorium. A new garden – “Nobel Trädgård” – will be established on the center’s south side and connect with the existing National Museum park and planned water-edge, creating a “generous natural space in the centre of the city.