Skälsö Arkitekter - Building 104

A former military bunker appropriated.
See more images here


Skälsö Arkitekter - Military base Gotland

Me and my colleagues at Skälsö have made a proposal for a new military base on the island of Gotland. 



Arcosanti - Paolo Soleri

Skälsö Arkitekter - Sahara1

New projects finally up on skalso.se

Check out more of our stuff there and look at our process photos on instagram @skalsoarkitekter


Knud Friis - Eget Hus Friis Moltke

Stumbled upon a publication of a fine Danish functionalist villa by Friis Moltke with both drawings, photos and the story behind the house and its architect.  http://www.realdaniabyg.dk/media/99659/knud_friis_web.pdf

also check out other Danish architecture at the realdaniabyg.dk website.


Workshop in Lund

Skälsö Arkitekter held a workshop at Lund School of Architecture a few weeks ago. This is the result of two hard days work from first and seconde year students!


Manthey Kula

An amazing project by the Norwegian practice Manthey Kula.
I had the honors to spend a few days together with Beate Hølmebakk (one of the founders of MK) a few years ago, while setting up Lund Architecture Symposium. I'm very fascinated and inspired by their work. Hope to see alot more in the future.
Here is a link to her lecture that I co-arranged for Lund School of Architecture: https://vimeo.com/78862713



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dymaxion House as installed inHenry Ford Museum
The word Dymaxion is a term that Buckminster Fuller used for several of his inventions. It is a portmanteau of the words dynamic, maximum, and tension.[1]
A brand name was needed for the display of Fuller's first architectural model, later to be known as the Dymaxion house, at the Marshall Field'sdepartment store in Chicago.
In order to invent a word, a wordsmith hired by Marshall Field's spent two days listening to Fuller and trying to get a feel for the type of language he used. He then played with syllables from typical Fuller words, until he and Fuller agreed on the word "Dymaxion".
Fuller was excited about the word and used it for many of his inventions during the decades to follow, including the Dymaxion house, the Dymaxion Deployment Unit, the Dymaxion car, and the Dymaxion World Map. Dymaxion also came to describe a polyphasic sleep schedule he followed, consisting of four 30 minute naps throughout the day. He also renamed his elaborate journal, in which he sought to document his life as an experiment with the greatest possible detail, as the Dymaxion Chronofile.


Anatomy sections

I was cut open a few weeks ago to remove a troublesome organ.
Inspiring to take a peek into the body and trying to get a grip of my own anatomy. Think my lost buddy is shown somewhere between 0.18 and 0.20, but I'm not sure...

Lego Technics Plotter

I wanted this so much when I was 10 or something like that. Remember that it was assembled in "the cool" toy store, Lekhuset, in Norrköping. It was so awesome and it could do such sweet orthogonal plot-outs