Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

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Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture is an architecture firm based in Göteborg, Sweden. They work with architecture in its broadest meaning ranging from furniture to city planning, from theory to practice. 2007 they won the international architect competition for a new dancehall/restaurant in Falsterbo (southern part of Sweden), which was inaugurated in 2009. The project won the Skånes Arkitekturpris.[1]


Ecological Architecture, Chris van Uffelen (ed.), Braun, 2009, p. 48-49
Desire, The shape of things to come, R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, A. Kupetz, S. Moreno, A. Mollard (ed.), Gestalten, 2008

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Carlsson, David Worlds first passive museum David Report, Accessed April 10, 2008
Bright, Christopher Swedish Prefab Dwell, Accessed May 19, 2008
Passive Houses Tropolism, Accessed Mars 05, 2008
Pirate Chair Designerblog, Accessed Mars 24, 2008
Kjellgren Kaminsky设计Passive Houses Interior Design, Accessed April 7, 2008 [1] ArchDaily , September 24, 2011 [2] Arkitektur, November 3, 2011

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