A color cylinder rises in Lindholmsplatse, Götemborg, Sweden. A contemporary building with roots in the Italian Renaissance. Thanks to its shape, offers more space inside, in contrast to its facade, where the upper floors are projected downer, while a screen to the top of the building rotates continuously following the path of the sun. Its triangular windows let in sunlight through the roof, helping them get to where they are needed. Brocade glass panels of different colors take different appearances depending on the angle of the viewer and the light conditions that change every second. This building is integrated with nature through this facade, which mutates depending on the time of day.
Source and images: ©Wingårdh Arkitektkontor