The Norra Djurgaardsstaden designed by CF Møller Architects is located in Stockholm, Sweden. Hammarby Sjöstad in Stockholm has gained recognition worldwide as a clear example of how a former industrial port area can be transformed into a sustainable urban development.
The eighteen new town houses will be neighbouring a former gasworks, which will house the district’s cultural centre, as well as Husarviken – which flows into the archipelago – and the Stockholm National City Park. The architecture has been inspired by the gasworks’ red bricks and simple geometry and by the area’s green qualities.
The residences, five different types all in all, will be built as staggered modules – a solution creating unique homes with rich daylighting and splendid views of the waterside. The design also gives room to private outdoor spaces and terraces.