Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

Stockholm | Since 1999

Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Blekingegatan 46, 11662 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone +46 87020046
Fax +46 87020056

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Architects
Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Bolle Tham (1970)
Martin Videgård (1968)

Profile

Tham & Videgård Arkitekter is a progressive and contemporary practice that focuses on architecture and design - from large scale urban planning through to buildings, interiors and objects.

T&V started in 1999 and based in Stockholm, Sweden, directed by co-founders and chief architects Bolle Tham(1970) and Martin Videgård(1968).

The T&V practice has been awarded prizes and nominations in several open international competitions and has also attracted attention for its experimental and innovative projects.

In 2005 T&V won the international competition for the new Kalmar Museum of Art. It was awarded the Kasper Salin Prize 2008 for best new architecture in Sweden. Furthermore, the museum was shortlisted for best building in the Culture category at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona 2008, and for the Forum AID Awards 2009 – best new architecture in the Nordic countries. It was nominated for the Swedish Helgo Prize 2008 for best architecture in a historical context, and shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2009; the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.

In 2007, after prequalification of four international teams, T&V won the competition for the new School of Architecture and the new Campus Entrance at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. Completion is planned for 2013.

Following an international interest, the office has also gained opportunities to work abroad, with current projects located in China, Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, United States and Mexico.

Ongoing and recently completed commissions include
- Urban planning and strategic development
- Housing, offices and commercial spaces
- Art museums and visitor centres
- Public and educational buildings
- Multi family housing
- Private houses
- Architecture installations and exhibitions
- Product design