Slussen Project – Plans Prove Future of Stockhom Slussen Needn’t Be Cast in Concrete – reports

“The five proposals in the competition, on view at, offer a snapshot of contemporary urban planning ideas. They include a breathtaking design by Jean Nouvel, a head-scratching proposal by Norman Foster and some intriguing work by younger talents who are still mostly unknown internationally.”

[SOURCE: – Architecture Review – Slussen Project – Plans Prove Future of Stockhom Slussen Needn’t Be Cast in Concrete]

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  1. Thanks for this – I really enjoyed the article and a good deal of the information here I can certainly make use of. Being an avid woodworker myself with a few years of experience under my belt you can never stop learning new things. My skill level is nowhere near what I would like it to be although it is true that practice does indeed make perfect! I have a small wood shop which I spend many hours crafting various home objects – my current project is a pine cabinet with single door, which is coming along nicely. I am using these new Wood Working Plans which have helped me immensely in terms of getting things right first time. I am aware many woodworkers use these plans, since they are simple yet detailed in their instruction – has anyone here tried them? I would be interested to see how others had got on with them, and whether they find them as pleasurable to deal with as I have?

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