C.F. Møller, ferry terminal, Stockholm, waterfront architecture, urban park, Finland, geothermal energy, solar energy, solar power, self-sufficient building

The new terminal references the shapes of moving marine vessels and the surrounding area’s cranes and warehouses. It functions as a natural extension of the urban fabric. It slowly emerges from the ground to allow city inhabitants to use its roof as a public park. Varied green landscapes with stairs, ramps and niches create a beautiful environment where people can stroll and have relaxing moments while enjoying the view of the ferries, the archipelago, and the city skyline.

C.F. Møller, ferry terminal, Stockholm, waterfront architecture, urban park, Finland, geothermal energy, solar energy, solar power, self-sufficient building

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The building is powered by solar and geothermal energy, distributed through integrated systems. Self-sufficient and aiming for a LEED Gold certification, the new terminal is expected to become both architecturally and environmentally a new landmark for the Norra Djursgårdsstaden development area.

+ C.F. Møller

Photos by Adam Mørk