Design proposals, Stage 2
In November 2013 three selected design proposals were further refined during the second stage of the Nobel Center architectural competition. Below you find the submitted entries, described briefly in each architect’s own words.
All illustrations were exhibited at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm through April 2014.
Competition proposal, stage 2 Architect: David Chipperfield & Christoph Felger, David Chipperfield Architects Berlin Architectural concept of the competition proposal The Nobel Prize is probably known as the most significant global prize for outstanding human achievements in science, literature and peacemaking in the world. Since 1901 when the first prizes were assigned the Nobel […]
Gert Wingårdh, Wingårdh Arkitektkontor Our new proposal promotes the building’s public character and enhances its relation to the site. The curved footprint is a direct response to the Blasieholmen context. It is built upon the original analyses of the site, where the building is kept within the extension of the Käpplingeholmen block, and approximately north […]
Johan Celsing, Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor The Nobel Center on Blasieholmen will inject a vigorous new institution that and adds considerably to the ambience of the peninsula. The building will take its place in the city as an integral part of the urban context in which it is situated. The volume of the building will fit […]