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Mats Nilsson Tornav채gen 7:321 223 63 Lund Sweden T. +46 (0) 768 766 622 E. ar06mn9@student.lth.se


Project 001 | Wan책s Exhibition 2007-03-04

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Project 002 | Corian Furniture 2007-10-15

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Project 003 | Narrow family housing 2007-11-28

Project 004 | Student housing

Project 005 | The wood house 2008-04-10

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Project 006 | Animal assembly 2008-11-15

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Project 007 | Crisis resort 2008-12-01

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Project 008 | Life Revisited 3 2009-01-15

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Project 001 | Wanås Exhibition 2007-05-04 Teacher: Tomas Tägil and Marcus Andäng | Lund University duration | 4 weeks Group consisting of | Massih Naisan, Mats Nilsson, Andreas Nyström, John Pantzar, Mikael Pettersson, Tomas Polack, Nina Schriefer and Madeleine Svensson.

Wanås exhibitions is a well known institution and a desirable stage for national as well as international artists. Wanås castle with surroundings consists of farm buildings, a park and a great leaf forest with surrounding agricultural landscapes. The art union lures visitors by well over hundred thousand a year. 2007 meant 20th anniversary for the exhibition just outside of Kristianstad and this year’s theme was room in room where me and my class (Ateljé Y) created “the youth project” consisting of four separate concrete structures. The aim of the project was to found a playful art which physically challenge children in their play, something which focused on the children and their needs and interests. But also to gain a more extensive practical knowledge in construction methods regarding concrete.

We worked in groups of eight and it resulted in four separate jet interlinked creations made out of concrete. Sponsored by Svenskt Betongforum and Finja Betong we board a lodge at Finja’s massive factory outside of Hässleholm. Three intensive weeks followed consisting of frame building, casting and place assembly. My group’s project was called “The dice” and the point of departure was a regular dice. Its six sides narrow at the same time as its dots (holes) increases. The diameter of the holes follows the same principle. The creation is casted in white concrete and offers a variety of exciting climbing and intriguing spaces. Other artists that were exhibiting were Louise Bourgeois, Fernando Sánchez Castillo and Jan Svenungsson.


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Project 002 | Corian Furniture 2007-10-15 Teacher: Abelardo Gonzalez | Lund University duration | 3 weeks In assosiation with | DuPont Sweden and Fabriksgatan 2

Chair and lamp - Corian furniture - were an intensive three weeks individual project thought to culminate in Stockholm furniture fair and at Copenhagen architecture + design days in the spring of 2008. Lead by Professor Abelardo Gonzalez I created a chair and lamp called “Northern Light” which are to be seen as an interpretation of the northern light in a digital version thanks to milled in LED-lighting. The lighting slowly changes colour through the white Corian composite. You can adjust the light interval as well as the seven colours by a remote control. Both the chair and the lamp are built in corian by a professional firm and the cost was covered by swedish Markslöjd, the factory and Dupont which has the corian patent.

The shifted leg-design is to be seen as a knee bowing, sacral posture. The light and especially the northern light has always been a special feature of Northern Sweden and a part of the Sami people’s traditions. In the design of my chair I have tried to express the continuity of light with a loop form and the snow covered landscapes are represented in the white Corian. My furniture is a minimalistic and contemporary interpretation of natural phenomena and old customs. The furniture was later exhibited in Stockholm furniture fair in the spring of 2008 along with my fellow student’s furniture. The exhibition was a great success and got a great deal of exposure in both local newspapers and TV


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Project 003 | Narrow family housing 2007-11-28 Teacher: Tomas Tägil | Lund University duration | 3 weeks programs: ArchiCAD/Adobe Suite

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The site today is a parking lot fourteen meters wide consisting of two eligible sites of each 5 meters in width. I took advantage of the five meter gap by letting it provide an ascent to my garage. Further I withdraw the house to create a courtyard to accommodate the program. Light comes down in two planes thanks to lucarnes in the roof and never in a direct way over areas you stay in a lot (bedroom and studio/living room). Instead I use indirect over light thanks to windows in walls or through retracted walls. The corrugated iron covering the facades and the brick used is a way to pick up the immediate surroundings aesthetics.

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Narrow family housing was an individual project where I was given a building site in the historical parts of Lund city core. Due to hard fire restrictions firewalls must be used to a great extent and here within lays the tricky task. To further complicate the matter the building site is only 5 x 23 meters and restricted to a maximum of 3 floors. To create a fully working house when it comes to light conditions and in general is of course challenging. Furthermore the program demanded a big garage to house motorcycles and smaller collector’s cars, three bedrooms and possibility for the parents of the family to work with their art in a studio of some kind. The two children, interested in sports, wanted a courtyard were they could practice. The maximum living area was set to 100 m2.

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Project 004 | Student housing 2008-03-03 Teacher: Tomas Tägil | Lund University duration | 3 weeks programs: ArchiCAD/Adobe Suite

In the centre of Lund lie the districts of Gyllehom and Damgården adjacent to Södra Esplanaden. The site is a piece of land that functions as a vital passage. The surrounding quarters have been built on since the 1700th century. Since the allotment of 1902 there have been plans of increasing the communication by a connecting road between the districts. But this has never been realized and instead in 1987 a new parking facility was introduced adjacent to the site. The south central location is perfect for student living with its proximity to the University and stores. The area already has several student complexes but is never the les in great need of further expansion. The trend shows a declining demand for dorms and an increasing demand for small apartments. The glazed ground floor accommodates café and restaurants in two levels and stores along the main road. On the other side you will find service functions such as washing, storage and garbage. The house is handicap adapted throughout. Level three, four and five consists of student apartments of typically 48 m2 and on top at level 6 lies the new study centre for the neighborhood. It offers views over the roof landscape and a direct visual axis in the north, all the way to the city core. The same goes for the passage through the building that connects and evolves the communication of the neighbourhood. .

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Project 005 | The wood house 2008-04-10 Teacher: Tomas T채gil and Marcus And채ng | Lund University duration | 2 weeks programs: ArchiCAD/Adobe Suite

In the citadel of Landskrona lie the oldest allotment gardens in Sweden. Initiated by the king - Danish for the time - the citadel was built in 1549. The site had a military defensive role through the centuries and in 1870 the existing allotment gardens were built. My idea is to build a small sauna/reading sanctuary that can serve all squatters and which can connect the gardens to the ocean line. The two are today separated by high grass and stony landscapes but is in my proposal bridged by a footbridge. This also emphasizes the journey through the landscape which is an important feature in the surrounding gardens. Small red fishing cottages and fishing is part of the sites history and on the adjacent breakwaters there are several of them. I took inspiration from their formal expressions, materiality and construction methods when I designed my wood house. In my process I consciously strived for reduction - a simple gesture that could capture the essence and express it in a contemporary way. The project also was very much about learning wood and its possible construction methods. By building a model in 1:10 theory and method came together.

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Project 006 | Animal assembly 2008-11-15 Workshop by Erick Cรกrcamo | X Atelier / Columbia University duration | 1 week programs: Maya 2009/Adobe Suite

This workshop introduced animation as a tool and point of departure in the creative process. In my short animation I wanted to explore conditions of surfaces. From a far away perspective patterns and shapes are read in one way while new dimensions are revealed close up. The picture below for example shows texture and detail in the foreground and an abstracted, edgy manner further away. From my billowing landscape animation I moved on with the aim to explore accumulation in different densities of scales. I investigated this through a system of cellular growth into which I made incisions, cuts and

layering to explore spatial conditions. The perception of space was always important in my process. The project was also about connectivity through the assembly of cells and different scales - never forgetting texture and atmosphere. I use multiple parts in the surfaces by layering textures, this to imply the relationship to the layering structure and my exploration in textures and scales. The result is a cluster of layered cells that connect both sides of the canal in the south and to the attachments of the breakwaters.

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Project 007 | Crisis resort 2008-12-01 Workshop by Ricardo de Ostos | teaching AA Inter 3 duration | 1 week programs: Maya 2009/Rhino/Adobe Suite

Does an extreme future have room for leisure? What basic needs would persist and which would arise? These questions were to be explored with a narrative approach. As a method it works like an early booster, generator and framework. My narrative was inspired by JG Ballard’s “The Drowned world” in which he portrays a grim future scenario for our planet. In my plot a series of future solar fluctuations causes increased temperature linked to mankind’s ware out of the ozone layer. Other important atmospheric gases are in decline. Earth has become an arid desert landscape with exposure to heat in the day and cold at night. In order to survive people have to work around the clock to provide for themselves. Food is a rare and uniform commodity. Even though life is somewhat of a struggle, there is still time for leisure. My resort offers a place of refuge from the continuous food hunt and an opportunity to unstressed through Thai chi and yoga. When you are not focusing on your spiritual person you are free to indulge in all the fruits and vegetables grown in the garden and airborne growing communications. Or why not pass your day under the shaded roof terrace with your favorite book? What is special with the resort is its sacred light conditions in the morning and its prominent balcony facing the sun rise - perfect for your morning Thai Chi. In the dusk it is instead the moderate warm light and the yoga session on the top floor which is in focus.

Light sketches


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Project 008 | Life Revisited 2009-01-15 Workshop by Theo Sarantoglou Lalis and Dora Sweijd | Future Systems/ Teaching at Bartlett duration | 1 week programs: Maya 2009/Adobe Suite Group consisting of | Andreas Amasalidis, Johannes Karlsson, Mats Nilsson and John Pantzar

Scenario Today’s oil dependency is greater than ever. But the heydays are counted and in a near future oil will be the energy of yesterday. The oil fields that represent an era of astounding technological evolution will stand empty. Vast areas of contaminated, toxic land will be the sad remains. Sudan and its Red Sea Cost are an important oil- and limestone producer and as the oil fields in the Arab world will stand empty so will the fields of the Red Sea Cost. Countries in Africa are already today facing problems with environmental disasters along its coast due to the western worlds unwillingness to take care of it own industrial waste. The idea is that the needed decontamination process of the oil fields will be done locally at the site and in the naturalization process use the residues in a constructive way - literally. The most abundant chemical in the oil process and in the ground foundings are sulphuric acid and hydrogen sulphide. By letting the sulphuric acid, water and extremophile bacteria react to the abundant limestone a solution is created. This is led on to a created system of pipes and spread through tiny holes. Over time gypsum crystal will cover the pipe skeleton in a growing manner. It will stand as a monument over departed glory and symbolize new, growing prosperity. In a second stage moss and micro bacteria will germinate in the pore texture and clean the air and the remaining ground toxins as the construction expands along the vast oil fields.

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Historic Monuments important events in history has always been remembered with a monument. The decision to abandon our oil dependency is maybe one of the most important events in mankind’s history.

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Concept In Sudan large limestone deposits, estimated to contain reserves of 220 million tons, were found along the Red Sea coast. Reportedly of high purity, the ore was mined mainly north of Port Sudan. In the late 1980s, about 20,000 tons were produced annually.

Lechuguilla Cave is, as of 2006, the fifth longest cave (120 miles (193 km)) known to exist in the world, and the deepest in the continental United States (489 metres (1,604 ft)), but it is most famous for its unusual geology, rare formations, and pristine condition. The cave is named for the Agave lechuguilla, a plant found near its entrance. It is located in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico. The gypsum crystal formations are created through a chemical process between sulphuric acid and limestone.

In the quest of oil a lot of sulphuric acid is created as a by-product and rich quantities are found naturally in the ground - bind to the ground water. By using the old oil pumps this acid water can be brought up, mixed with further sulphuric acid recedues from the old industries, local limestone and extremophilia bacteria. These bacteria direct the growing process and determine the Crystal characteristics and poric texture. Lechuguilla Cave

Limestone Neutralization: The sulphuric acid reacts with the limestone in a neutralization reaction. Limestone: CaCO3 + H2SO4 --> CaSO4 + H2CO3 The calcium sulphate is soluble in water and hence the limestone dissolves and crumbles :H2CO3 --> CO2 gas + H2O The original acid (hydrogen ions) has been converted to water in these reactions. When the growing process is done the gypsum skeleton and its pores provide the perfect environment for moss, micro bacteria and air cleaning plants to flourish. On the now shaded ground Arabidopsis Halleri, a toxic-needing low maintenance plant, will be planted. It will clean up the last toxins from the land.


Your mobile expectations | H2R project 2007

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Studio Olafur Eliasson, Berlin, Germany, 2006 2007. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2007

Olafur Eliasson is a Danish architect born in Copenhagen and the project on the left is one of many of interesting projects. In this example he starts off with a designed framework with a repetitive, rhombic pattern. He then begins to spray a fine vapour of water onto it. In this way he leaves out the second half of the design process to the water - or chance if you will.

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Gene modified grass of the type Arabidopsis halleri grows in and around the structure and sucks the hazardous waste out of the ground.

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The growing evolution happens in steps in order to control the cleaning process and to facilitate for visitors. The scattered growing pattern makes sure that visitors keep a safe distance to the otherwise harmful airborne toxins.

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Mixed projects from the first Bachelor years  

An array of projects in different scale and program. Lund University School of Architecture

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