Ambient, Design & Branding Solar Egg By Bigert & Bergström For Riksbyggen [image] 3 by Futurniture

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Industry Real Estate
Media Ambient, Design & Branding
Market Sweden
Agency Futurniture
Senior Art Director Maria Lindroos
Copywriter Linus Blom
Photographer Jean-Baptiste Béranger
Released November 2016

Awards

LIA Awards 2017
Design Installations/displays Bronze Winner

Credits & Description

Entrant: Futurniture, Stockholm
Brand: Solar Egg By Bigert & Bergström For Riksbyggen
Corporate Name of Client: Riksbyggen
Client Marketing Director: Mathias Sandberg
PR Company: Futurniture, Stockholm
PR Manager: Amanda Wennö
Agency: Futurniture, Stockholm
Copywriter: Linus Blom
Senior Art Director: Maria Lindroos
Project Manager: Jakob Lind
Production Manager: Ida Torkkeli
Design Company: Bigert & Bergström
Artists: Mats Bigert/Lars Bergström
Photographer: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
Production Company: Hangmen AB
Film Producer: Sofie Hederstierna
Synopsis:
The mining town Kiruna in the north of Sweden is on the move – literally. The years of mining activity has caused the ground beneath the city centerto be unstable and at risk of collapse. So for safety reason, they need to relocate.
Besides the technical and practical challenges of relocating a town, there are fears of losing the warm community spirit and the identity of Kiruna.
Riksbyggen is an urban developer who will be one of the first to build new apartments in the new Kiruna. We wanted to give Kiruna a unique, warm and natural place to discuss all manner of things – from the big to the small. A building that reflects the stunning landscape and symbolizes rebirth and new beginnings. So we build a public sauna.
Solar Egg is the result of reflections on climate change, technology’s role for humanity/technology’s impact on humanity/technology’s role in society, and the challenges faced when people have to accept dramatic change in their community and lives. It’s an art piece, installation and public sauna all at the same time.