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Project: Nobel Center
Supervisors: Ulrika Karlsson, Daniel Norell, Jonah Fritzell, Einar Rodhe
“This design proposal for the Nobel Museum in Stockholm is to study how large scale public buildings in a city center can personify the complexity of its monumental urban context. This project tries to fuse the external and internal structures of the building, letting its layers be affected by the dynamic flow of people, and circulation of light on and around the site. The fusion of the internal and external is achieved through layer studies using design techniques of folding and buckling sheet material, and the subsequent evaluation of the effect of these manipulations.”
Sepideh Sarrafzadeh Zargar has studied architecture at Azad University in Iran and at KTH School of Architecture in Stockholm. She has also worked at different offices during her bachelor studies.