丹麦建筑事务所Cobe和瑞典设计公司Yellon近日宣布，住宅楼设计方案“Stadsljus”（城市之光）赢得竞赛。这座新住宅楼高110米，位于斯德哥尔摩历史悠久的煤气厂旧址上。竞赛另外三家入围的团队为：Foster+ Partners+Liljewall arkitekter、David Chipperfield+DinellJohansson和UN Studios+Kaminsky arkitektur。
Danish and Swedish architecture firms Cobe and Yellon have been announced as winners in the competition to design ‘Stadsljus’, a new residential tower rising 110 meters above sea level situated on the site of Stockholm’s former historic gasworks.
The project is set to redefine the flat city fabric of Stockholm while paying homage to the historical significance of the site. The tower will house approx. 300 apartments of different sizes, alongside a ground-floor restaurant and preschool. Its distinctive circular shape draws inspiration from the historical gasholders of the site.
The construction start is planned for 2026 with occupancy from 2029.
Located in Stockholm’s Royal Seaport, one of the city’s largest urban redevelopment areas in the northeast of the Swedish capital, the site has been an industrial area characterized by gas production for over 100 years.
该工业区一直运营到2004年，遗存多个具有重要建筑、文化价值的独特圆柱形储气罐，其中包括建筑师Ferdinand Boberg在19世纪90年代末设计的两个砖砌储气罐。新的住宅楼“Stadsljus”（城市之光）将在已拆除的Gasholder 4原位置建造，其高度与之前保持一致。
In operation until 2004, the site features several distinctive cylindrical gasholders with significant architectural and cultural value, among them are the architect Ferdinand Boberg’s two brick gasometers from the late 1890’s. Some gasholders have been preserved and repurposed, while Gasholder 4 has been demolished and is to be replaced with a new residential building, named ‘Stadsljus’ (City Light), with the same height as the former holder.
The residential tower rises 110 meters above sea level and will have a significant impact on Stockholm’s cityscape. Its circular design not only pays homage to the site’s historic gasometers, but also contributes to a cohesive family of circular buildings in the former gasworks grounds. With three bundled cylinders, ‘Stadsljus’ becomes the next generation gasometer within a volume ideally suited for housing.
首席建筑师Dan Stubbergaard（Cobe）和Fredric Scherman（Yellon）表示：“‘Stadsljus’（城市之光）项目由三个圆柱体量组成，是对该地的历史遗存建筑的现代诠释。这座住宅楼不仅反映了其时代特征，而且与遗存建筑一起构成了和谐的储气罐建筑群，为斯德哥尔摩的天际线增色的同时，也丰富了当地的环境。”
Chief architects from Cobe and Yellon, Dan Stubbergaard and Fredric Scherman, say: “With its combination of three cylinders, ‘Stadsljus’ is as an interpretation of the historical gasometers from the site. The residential tower not only reflects the essence of its time and purpose but, standing alongside its historic counterparts, forms a harmonious family of gasholders that will grace the Stockholm skyline while enriching its local surroundings.”
The building contains approx. 300 apartments of various sizes – from space-efficient studios to spacious apartments. 20 percent of the apartments will be offered through a co-ownership model, making it possible for more people to buy a home in ‘Stadsljus’. The design’s three clustered cylinders feature optimal conditions for natural light within each apartment. Its distinctive shape allows for units to face multiple directions, with spectacular panoramic views over Stockholm, while many units have one or more terraces.
OBOS的首席执行官Daniel Kjørberg Siraj表示：“获胜团队成功地将现代住宅和高质量建筑与具有文化和历史价值的煤气厂地区紧密联系起来，‘Stadsljus’（城市之光）拥有不同面积和价格的住宅，将成为不同年龄段居民的家，而这正是我们作为组织者想要建造的家园。”
CEO of OBOS, Daniel Kjørberg Siraj, says: “The winning team has succeeded in combining contemporary residences and high architectural quality with a strong connection to the culturally and historically valuable site that is the gasworks area. With residences in various sizes and price ranges, ‘Stadsljus’ will become a home for people in all phases of life, and that is how we, as a member organization, want to build homes.
The tower is composed with a distinct base, body, and crown, an open brick base draws inspiration from the brick facade of the historic Boberg gasholders and contains public functions such as a restaurant and a preschool. Inspired by the rational and repetitive steel skeleton of another nearby gasholder, the body of the tower consists of a modular, three-dimensional metal façade, subtly capturing daylight on its angled surfaces.
The crown is a tribute to the top of the Boberg gasholders with a faceted and pitched roof and a pronounced overhang, making a distinctive mark on Stockholm’s skyline, while featuring solar cells and concealing technical devices.
The construction utilizes a modular and prefabricated façade assembly system, efficient in terms of time, economy, production, and precision. The façade is composed of a modular skeleton containing closed wall panels, windows, doors and balconies, that allows for various configurations to strike the right balance between variety and rationality, while ensuring optimal indoor climate in each apartment.
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Program: Residential tower, including approx. 300 apartments, with restaurant and preschool at the ground floor, and design of the surrounding landscape
Size in total: 36,000 ㎡
Apartment sizes: 1–5-bedroom apartments, ranging from 30-130 ㎡
Architects: Cobe and Yellon
Engineers: Structor Bygg and Bengt Dahlgren
Time period: First prize in competition in 2023. Expected construction start in 2026 with completion in 2029