kjellgren kaminsky architecture: salongen 35
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apr 16, 2012
kjellgren kaminsky architecture: salongen 35



‘salongen 35′ by kjellgren kaminsky architecture, malmö, sweden
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kjellgren kaminsky architecture

swedish practice kjellgren kaminsky architecture has recently completed ‘salongen 35′, a city block filled with passive housing
structures in malmö, sweden. each residence is topped with solar panels, supplying the minimal energy use 41 to 45 kilowatt hours
per square meter of space. green electricity sources are offered to all dwellers of the complex. the homes are given diverse characters
with a range of environmentally friendly materials for the exterior including fsc-certified wood cladding. a similar detailing of windows,
doors and railings link the neighboring buildings as well as uniformity in color schemes and continuity with accessory elements
such as flower boxes. plantings and vegetated walls turn the habitable spaces in the roofscape into oasises.


sidewalk bordering site’


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interior


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roof lines


facade detail


structure with roof deck


‘salongen 35′


roof deck


facade detail


home clad with wood planks


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interior rendering


model


site plan


floor plan


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project info:

project: salongen 35
client: höllviksnäs förvaltnings ab
type: passive housing
size: 400sqm.
stage: building, completion
year: 2011
location: västra hamnen, malmö, sweden
team: joakim kaminsky, fredrik kjellgren, marie löwenherz, alessandro micelli, yvonne lohmann, pamela paredes, maria martinez

awards: 2011 2nd prize in the international competition-aeccafe sustainable architecture challenge
2009 first prize in open competition (markanvisningstävling)

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