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On the small island of Universitetsholmen in central Malmö, Skanska will construct the Tyfonen property block, a new and attractive meeting point for the city’s cultural and business communities.
The building is being constructed on one of Malmö’s most attractive sites on the island of Universitetsholmen. The location beside the water is fantastic and with its distinctive architectural features, the Tyfonen property block will be a new landmark in Malmö.
At present, office premises and the university dominate the area. Tyfonen will create life and movement in the area. Workplaces, restaurants, bars, cafés, hotels and cultural activities will attract people to the area at all hours of the day.
The Tyfonen property block will be environmentally certified in accordance with the LEED international environmental rating system.
The project is scheduled to commence in 2014 and its inauguration is planned for 2016.
Andreas LundbergSkanska Commercial Development Nordic+46 10 44 83 269
Mejl Andreas Lundberg
Verksamhetsgren: Commercial development, Construction
Marknadssegment: Offices, Hotels and motels, Restaurants, Grocery stores, Conference facilities
We have focused on creating a building that is sustainable in the long-term. This involves all aspects from timeless architecture to sustainable materials and flexible layouts. Furthermore, the building must fit into a larger context; it should be a piece of the puzzle in a city district to be developed and brought to life.
The City of Malmö wants to focus on sustainability at several levels. In addition to using sustainable methods and materials in the construction of the building, the actual purpose of the building is important. The aim is to create a meeting place for people, culture and the business community, thereby also promoting the social sustainability aspect. The building’s prime location also allows the visitors to travel there using sustainable means of transportation. The activities pursued in the building will attract visitors from throughout the region.
The Tyfonen property block will be LEED certified. LEED is an internationally recognized environmental certification system that supports resource-efficient and environmentally sustainable construction.
A general assessment is made of the building’s environmental properties as part of an overall approach aimed at creating a sustainable building. Areas studied include how to reduce energy and water use, carbon emissions and hazardous waste.
Green Workplace is Skanska’s own environmental rating system for construction sites. For the Tyfonen property block, this entails a higher degree of waste sorting, reduced energy consumption for lighting and heating and water-saving showers. Its location close to central station and other means of public transport enables visitors to travel to the building in an environmentally compatible manner. The building’s tenants will be able to borrow bicycles and parking spaces with recharging facilities for electric cars will be installed.
Skanska is looking forward to constructing Malmö’s new meeting place for inhabitants of all ages. Attractive meeting places are the heart of a vibrant city and create diversity.
Having won an intense land allocation competition organized by the City of Malmö, Skanska was entrusted with developing the new meeting place of the people of Malmö in collaboration with the Danish architect firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen. All entries were submitted anonymously, with Skanska’s contribution coming out on top after the jury had its say.
“This will be one of Malmö city center’s most spectacular and striking buildings and a worthy complement to the magnificent Orkanen building,” says the chairman of the Urban Planning Committee, Municipal Commissioner Anders Rubin (Swedish Social Democratic Party), in a press release from the City of Malmö.
The Orkanen building houses Malmö University and will be Tyfonen’s neighbor.
The architecture of the building is distinguished by the use of a small number of simple materials. Dark brick is varying shades is contrasted by deep white window bays. The ground floor façade largely comprises glass, enabling passers-by to observe life inside the building. This is a way of attracting visitors to the building.
A combination of color and lighting give the building a vibrant dynamic feeling. The rooms are pained in varying shades and, in combination with the lighting, this creates color effects out through the building. Further character is added to the building by way of its sedum plant roof, meaning a green roof comprising bryophytes and sedum plants that can withstand dry periods.
The project is planned for 2011. Our ambition is to open the doors and welcome the people of Malmö in 2014.
• One 5 and one 12-story building• The building’s floor space is 21,500 square meters and essentially covers the entire site, which is 3,500 square meters in size. • 52 meters – height of the taller building • 24 meters – height of the lower building