Extension of a 20th-century villa.
This is the first shape of our tealight-holder, not counting the previously launched recycle models. The first edition has been blown at the Vas Vitreum glassworks in Vadstena.
During my employment at Tengbom I was the architect for this project – from local planning to cost estimation drawings. The solution included a travelling crane which made possible an improved lay-out of the future city environment. This is one of the two terminals that I have worked with at Tengbom.
”Tired of scorched fingers? Check the designer Charlotte Elsners beautiful candle holders with a small slit for the match! Available in Nordic Christ Almighty shop at Kungsgatan in Stockholm. Better yet, environmental tank. The glasses are made of old bottles, cans and garage sale finds.”
This recycle collection has been made out of old bottles and finds from thrift shops. With the help of a diamond blade the glass items have all been equipped with the characteristical cut for the match.
”Two mirror favorites from last year are now in a furniture store near you. Charlotte Elsners smart mirror cabinet is perfect in the narrow hallway. Frame of oak and orange inside with several shelves for all small. Width 55 cm, 3990 SEK in Mio…….”
”All ecological systems of the new district of Stockholm are contained in a glass building, whose transparency is programmatic.”
Article about Glashusett, an information centre in a building complete with environmental technology such as fuel cells, solar cells and a double-glazed facade.
Multimirror is produced by Design House Stockholm and is sold in the furniture stores of Mio .
A proposal for a new conference and meeting area in the office of a big consultancy company in Stockholm.
A proposal for the rebuilding of a real estate in central Stockholm into a shopping mall.
The Forum for Multi-occupancy boxes in 2007 announced a general ideas competition on the design and placement of multi-occupancy boxes in buildings which are more or less relics of culture. To the right an illustration from my competition entry showing boxes in the form of staircase banisters.
The rebuilding of a large private home in a suburb of Stockholm. The new lay-out came about through a series of sketches after which basic construction documents were made. The project was completed during my employment at Tengbom.
”Architect Charlotte Elsner’s mirror storage has everything that you could wish from a designed product – dual function, flexibility and aesthetic heights. 170 cm high this is a full body mirror to hang on the wall. Behind the sliding part with mirror there is a 7 cm deep storage for hall gadgets, or things in the bathroom, the bedroom or wherever you want. The interior is mobile and on the metal back of the inside you attach the magnetic hooks. Of course Multimirror is reversible so that you can open it to the right or to the left.”
During my employment at Tengbom I was the project architect for the rebuilding of an surgical clinic at Stockholm South General Hospital. The rebuilding included new and technically more advanced equipment for the new surgery room and related facilities. In the surgery area a new type of lighting technology was used, which is why the project was presented in the magazine “Ljuskultur”.
Complete rebuilding and renovation of an office-building from the 1920’s in central Stockholm.
The rebuilding of a flat in central Stockholm. The kitchen was moved from an inner room to the former dining-room. The bathrooms were renovated.
A presentation of GlashusEtt, the glass pavilion containing the Environmental Technology Center of Hammarby Sjöstad.
Extension. Competition entry.
The restoration and rebuilding of the main entrance and common areas of a housing in central Stockholm.
The entrance had been ruined as a result of a rebuilding into two separate entrances in the beginning of the 60’s. An exterior stair towards the back-yard needed to be walled in due to drainage problems.
During my employment at Tengbom I was the operationally responsible project architect for an information centre built as a joint venture by the Stockholm Water Authority, the City Planning and Development Administration and Fortum. The building is complete with environmental technology such as fuel cells, solar cells and a double-glazed façade.