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Summerhouse Svartnö fulfilled a German couple’s dream of traditional Swedish design; appealing to the experts at Arkitektstudio Widjedal Racki, the pair decided to transform one of their two back-to-back properties just north of Stockholm – they left the other for their kids — into a classic Swedish architectural style that fits in seamlessly with the …

Summerhouse Svartnö fulfilled a German couple’s dream of traditional Swedish design; appealing to the experts at Arkitektstudio Widjedal Racki, the pair decided to transform one of their two back-to-back properties just north of Stockholm – they left the other for their kids — into a classic Swedish architectural style that fits in seamlessly with the …

A view of Stockholm's old town from Kastellholmen. The tall building in the centre is Tyska Kyrkan (German Church).

A view of Stockholm's old town from Kastellholmen. The tall building in the centre is Tyska Kyrkan (German Church).

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Stockholm St. Historic District in Ridgewood. Includes 38 buildings between Woodward & Onderdonk Avenues, built before1910, when the neighborhood was being developed by German immigrants.

Stockholm St. Historic District in Ridgewood. Includes 38 buildings between Woodward & Onderdonk Avenues, built before1910, when the neighborhood was being developed by German immigrants.

Ruins, derelict sites, abandoned buildings, Berlin. Histories, stories, tall tales of trespass and anecdotes of fear. Go, explore.

Ruins, derelict sites, abandoned buildings, Berlin. Histories, stories, tall tales of trespass and anecdotes of fear. Go, explore.

Stockholm, SwedenAlthough the current building only dates back to the turn of the 20th century, the food and grog remains much the same as it was when German monks established the restaurant in 1421. The hearty fare melds the founders’ heritage with the Scandinavian location. Wash down a helping of isterband (country sausage), Bavarian pork roast, or deer with one of several full-bodied Germanic beers on tap.

Stockholm, SwedenAlthough the current building only dates back to the turn of the 20th century, the food and grog remains much the same as it was when German monks established the restaurant in 1421. The hearty fare melds the founders’ heritage with the Scandinavian location. Wash down a helping of isterband (country sausage), Bavarian pork roast, or deer with one of several full-bodied Germanic beers on tap.

Itinerary for the CODART Study Trip to Stockholm, Drottningholm, Skokloster, Uppsala, Västerås and Strängnäs (21–26 September 2005). Photo: Riddarhuset (House of the Nobility). One of the most beautiful buildings in Stockholm, the Riddarhuset was begun in the 1640s after designs by the French architect Simon de la Vallée. After the death of the German builder Heinrich Wilhelm in 1652, work passed to the Dutch architect Justus Vingboons, who shaped the façade with its colossal order.

Itinerary for the CODART Study Trip to Stockholm, Drottningholm, Skokloster, Uppsala, Västerås and Strängnäs (21–26 September 2005). Photo: Riddarhuset (House of the Nobility). One of the most beautiful buildings in Stockholm, the Riddarhuset was begun in the 1640s after designs by the French architect Simon de la Vallée. After the death of the German builder Heinrich Wilhelm in 1652, work passed to the Dutch architect Justus Vingboons, who shaped the façade with its colossal order.

Tyska Brunnsplan, or “German Well Square,” is a triangular-shaped square where two streets form a Y-intersection in Stockholm’s Old Town.  Originally, a large well and pump building filled the triangular space, but this building was torn down in 1783 when Stockholm’s fire insurance company (some sort of a private/public combo) created several turning places for its firetrucks throughout the city.

Tyska Brunnsplan, or “German Well Square,” is a triangular-shaped square where two streets form a Y-intersection in Stockholm’s Old Town. Originally, a large well and pump building filled the triangular space, but this building was torn down in 1783 when Stockholm’s fire insurance company (some sort of a private/public combo) created several turning places for its firetrucks throughout the city.

A German architect has beaten off strong international competition to design Stockholm public library's new wing. Heike Hanada's ten-floor design was described by the jury as "a new, visible public building." The rendering was created by Armel Neouze, Jacques Gelez and Olivier Charles from the Architecture School of Paris Val de Seine. The project has been postponed #library #stockholm #design #sweden

A German architect has beaten off strong international competition to design Stockholm public library's new wing. Heike Hanada's ten-floor design was described by the jury as "a new, visible public building." The rendering was created by Armel Neouze, Jacques Gelez and Olivier Charles from the Architecture School of Paris Val de Seine. The project has been postponed #library #stockholm #design #sweden

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