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Closing Stortorget square. There is no doubt that Stortorget is an open square, but the ongoing Project of the future culture house is going to change this situation at least in one of the sides of the square. The idea is to apply this way on the other three sides of Stortorget to get a closer and familiar square.
Textile faรงade to unify the vertical and horizontal planes on one unique space in front of cultural center. Smooth transition between the hard and soft materials. Soft material is a micro perforated polymer which allows perfect viewing from the inner side and looks solid from the outer.
Finally we kept one road for vehicles and mostly bus in front of the bazar. The transition between ordinary road to the inner space will advise drivers that these is not their territory. The original sculpture of the working women next to the people´s house gave us a clue to keep under control the big scale of the space created by using a supersized sculpture we are able to make the space more logic and easy to control. To illuminate the big room there are a lot of many lamps hanging from the “roof” the material is the same as used on the façades, letting pass light through but when the lamp is on looks like solid glass.
In the opposite of the â€œbig roomâ€? you can stand quietly and protected by the artificial structures which remember to trees. Why artificial and not natural? This time we tried to infect the public space with merchandise activities By sliding the faĂ§ade of the shopping center and transforming it into a kind of structures (covered with the textile material) to give the possibility to the market to expand its offer of goods. When is no market day this space will be used to rest or read in an space more quiet than the big room. Former Bus stops will be replaced near the road under a couple of these structures.
Ground floor of the square. In one side faรงade becomes on floor, and in the other becomes on roof.
Under the big bench of the main room will remain an auditorium ideated to greet music shows and, of course, the Eurovision Show.