Category: Publication

Pasajes Construcción, 2007

Posted by on October 1, 2007

Splinegraft featured in Spanish journal Pasajes Construcción, 2007

Lagens Estetik, 2007

Posted by on August 1, 2007

Presentation of the Morphosis courthouse building in Eugene, Oregon, based on intervews with the architects in Los Angeles. Article in RUM 6/2007

Volymelement i bostadsarkitekturen, 2006

Posted by on November 1, 2006

Publication based on the report on modular housing for Boverket, researched and written by Ylva Gunterberg Ädelqvist and Jonas Runberger. Focused on the pragmatic aspects of modular housing and complete material of the featured case studies. Available in Swedish from Arkus

Medverkande Design, 2006

Posted by on November 1, 2006

Overview of personal practice in research, teaching and practice, featuring the Krets projects SplineGraft and PARCEL as well as design project Show Unit in article in Skapande Människa 10-year anniversary publication.

Space journal, 2006

Posted by on November 1, 2006

SplineGraft featured in Korean Space journal, 2006

Form journal, 2006

Posted by on November 1, 2006

SplineGraft featured in German Form journal, 2006

Open House – architecture and technology for intelligent living, 2006

Posted by on October 1, 2006

Open House exhibition catalogue

Open House exhibition catalogue

SplineGraft featured in Open House Exhibition Catalogue, in the article New spaces – new materials written by Christiane Sauer principle of Formade, 2006

New spaces – new materials in Open House – architecture and technology for intelligent living exhibition catalogue ENTRY 2006
for Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein 2006

Bostäder byggda med volymelement [ssark], 2006

Posted by on September 1, 2006

This report is the result of a in-depth study on the industrial production of volumetric modules for housing in Scandinavia. The study was initiated by Ylva Gunterberg Ädelqvist and Jonas Runberger through Scheiwiller Svensson Architects. It is based on explicative case studies of five Swedish projects, as well as over 200 interviews with actors in teh field. The published report also includes a conclusion and vision on the role of the architect in future industrialized building processes. Available in Swedish from Byggkostnadsforum. Also available online here: www.boverket.se/upload/publicerat/bifogade%20filer/2006/bostader_byggda_med_volymelement.pdf

Co-authored with Ylva Gunterberg Ädelqvis. Study done as employee of Scheiwiller Svensson Architects.

Entry Paradise: New Worlds of Design, 2006

Posted by on August 1, 2006

SplineGraft and PARCEL featured in the Entry Paradise: New Worlds of Design.

The focus of design activities is shifting away from classic industrial design, with its desire to create a good mass product for everyone, toward emotional design, which seeks to trigger positive emotions and an immediate desire to buy. Is it possible that we stand on the threshold of a new era of B.A.N.G. design, which directly intervenes at the level of bits, atoms, neurons, and genes? New perspectives and visions for design are the focus of the authors of this volume, including Francesca Ferguson (urban drift, Berlin), Werner Lippert (projects, Dusseldorf), Ellen Lupton (Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York), Peter Reed (Museum of Modern Art, New York), Alexander von Vegesack (Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein), and Peter Wippermann (Trendburo, Hamburg). Together with other prominent philosophers, sociologists, and media theorists, they discuss the character and object of the design activities of the future and their impact on beauty and economy and our changed conceptions of city, house, and landscape.

Entry Paradise: New Worlds of Design, by Gerhard Seltmann (Editor), Werner Lippert (Editor), Birkhauser Verlag AG, 2006

Krets and PARCEL, 01.AKAD, 2005

Posted by on November 15, 2005

Presentation of Krets and the PARCEL roject in the 01.AKAD – Experimental research in architecture and design – Beginnings publication.

01.AKAD – Experimental research in architecture and design – Beginnings was the first in a series of publications from AKAD, which aim to provoke, promote and discuss new and critically experimental research by architecture and design. This first book is structured around four themes arising from projects initiated within AKAD with financial support from the Swedish Research Council. It includes critical essays and presentations of experimental design and writing projects. The contributors are architects, designers and scholars based in Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, UK, and USA.