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Housing project in Helsingborg by Wilhelmson Arkitekter

Stockholm architects Wilhelmson Arkitekter have designed a housing project with windows that look like gilded picture frames.


Designed by professor Anders Wilhelmson, the project is to be built overlooking the sea in Helsingborg, Sweden.


Pictures are by Peter Thuvander and Danyal Taylan.


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Update: Wilhelmson Arkitekter have sent us a bit more text and some drawings:


Upper end housing proposed for a site just north of Helsingborg, Sweden. Generous apartments with clear views onto Öresund (the sound between Sweden and Denmark). Denmark is on the horizon.


2 houses, both with 6 stories. In total 14 apartments (9 of them duplex apartments), 100-170 sqm.
Enameled façade panels, glossy white. Cast aluminium window frames, gold leaf-plated.

Date of design: 2008-2009. Scheduled for planning decision September-October 2009.

Architect: professor Anders Wilhelmson
Collaborators: Danyal Taylan, Elin Rosenberg, Joanna Zawieja, Peter Kinnmark
Client: HSB Nordvästra Skåne