Hagatornen

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Hagatornen

Year:

2016

Name of project:

Hagatornen

Client:

Kontur Arkitektkontor

Solutions:

3D Rendering

Developing urban structures and reinventing the way we live is a great responsibility for those with vision. Larger than life architecture is leaving its impact in Sweden, as more and more developments come to rise. A 265-meter high residential scraper called , planned to be built in Solna, is meant to leave a huge mark on the European map.


The Building

This 265-meter, 82 floor high-rise giant would be the highest ever building built in Sweden. The building itself is residential, however it would be equipped to hold 80.000sqm of commercial space in the first floor level. With its light and spacious nature, its main focus is to be not only pleasant to live in, but to also leave a sense of well-being for all who live, work or visit Hagatornen. It was an honor to work on such a massive project, commissioned by our respected long-term client Kontur Arkitektkontor. We were given the task of creating stunning exterior visuals that accent the Hagatornen’s massivity in size and overall beauty. We needed to get creative when it came to setting the camera angles in order to make the viewer feel that the Hagatornen lives in the clouds.
The Angles
The Angles

Going back and forth with brainstorming, and with the client, we’ve had a few propositions of camera angles. Different variations give different impressions, so finding the right view was not only artistic but also just a little bit psychological. Two camera angles were chosen to represent the Hagatornen, and we were very excited about the results.

The View
The View

We were also given by the client an elaborate view of Solna, so we could draw inspiration from the view the building would have. Inspiration certainly wasn’t lacking in this project and we got all of the information that we needed from our client.