Tensta City Hall

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från KTH/Arkitektur

Sammanfattning: A city hall is a building for the inhabitants, a building where the administration of inhabitants is being held but also where the people are encouraged to take part in public space and give it their form. The city hall is a room for social interactions and architecture’s interaction with local democracy. Tensta was built in the late 1960s, an area characterized by quickly built concrete slabs and a city plan based on traffic separation. The defined level differences are interesting to the project, and the city hall became a way to break up the determined levels. The building connects Tensta's walk to a submerged, somewhat forgotten square, and becomes a link through Tensta. An extension of the public spaces, as a living room to the district. The city hall program is an interaction between open and closed, in its way to interact with people and conduct business. The public encounters enclosed departments and walls of privacy, which become characterizing to the architectural design. Closed rooms to open halls, and durable concrete construction to bare wood tones and agile glass panes.

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