The ceiling of the elongated roof is a topographical sculpture
interpreting the shapes of water ripples
Slabs of CNC-milled and polished steel create water-like reflections and sparkles.
Program: Proposal for an entrance to the new central building. Competition entry, 2012
Location: School of Medical Sciences, Örebro, Sweden
Concept: A long roof, from the street to the building entrance. Its ceiling, visible when looking up, is a topographical sculpture interpreting the shapes of water ripples. The high-polished surface generates water-like reflections and sparkles.
Materials: Steel slabs, polished to mirror-like reflection. Steel pillars.
Dimensions: 8 x 20 x 6 m (width x length x height).