Stockholm on the Move

Ideas, visions and challenges for a city in transition

The people behind Stockholm on the Move!

visomarbetar 

Stockholm on the Move is initiated by Färgfabriken and KTH. A number of people have been involved in the development of the project. 

Production: Färgfabriken
Curator: Joachim Granit
Project manager: Karin Englund
Coordinator: Emilia Rosenqvist
Exhibition producer: Fia Palmgren
Exhibition architect: Johan Berglund / 42 Architects
Art direction and design: Johanna Bonnevier
Web and text: Lukas Sålby
Research and input: Bosse Bergman, KTH; Jan Rydén; Ola Broms Wessel, Spridd Arkitekter
Partners and collaboration: Anders Bergmark, Thomas Lund
Administration: Pernilla Lesse
Technician: Matti Molin
Sound: Håkan Lidbo, Pelle Palmgren/El-miljö J & P AB
Light: Per Andersson
Construction: Basker Bygg
Interns: Caroline Settergren, Johanna Bratel, Niklas Isaksson, Thomas Barin

Responsible for KTH architecture, Orientation course seminars and workshop: Bojan Boric, Ola Broms Wessel
Responsible for KTH architecture, Workshop Scenario: Bojan Boric, Ola Broms Wessel, Helene Frichot

Five different scenarios has been developed during a workshop at Färgfabriken and KTH during september 13–27 2012. The scenarios is created specifically for Stockholm on the Move, as a part of KTH Urban Studio, KTH Critical Studies and Unit 16, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
Responsible for the course KTH Urban Studio: Bojan Boric.
Responsible for the course KTH Critical Studies: Hélène Frichot.
Visiting Scholars/Critics: Jesùs Azpeitia Seron, Patrick Verhoeven, Sara Vall
Responsible for the course Unit 16, Bartlett: Johan Berglund och Josep Mias

Workshop leader Workshop Scenario: Gerard Reinmuth, Ivan Kucina, Joaquim Tarrasó, Johan Berglund, Jonathan D. Solomon, Josep Mias, Olga Tarrasó
Workshop group Hyper Islands: Ione Braddick, Jonathan Blake, Oliver Leech, Samantha Rive (Unit 16, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL)
Workshop group Children of Stockholm: Anna Ström, Christoph Duckart,Emma Fitzpatrick, Ivar Suneson, Katla Marindottir, Sara Brolund de Carvalho (KTH)
Workshop group IDE(A) katalog: Anna Kulin, Amela Halilović, Justina Biekšaitė, Sigrid Marie Poulsen (KTH)
Workshop group Dormant Assets: Cecilia Rudström, Döne Delibas, Gabriele Castellano, Kennet Crisan, Oskar Gudéhn (KTH)
Workshop group Stockholm common waters: Alistair Nancarrow, Derya Erdim, Fanny zu Knyphausen, Matilde Kautsky, Tom Fletcher (KTH)

Referees: Representatives from our partners in Stockholm on the Move (more information here).

Additionally: Alexander Berthelsen, Planka.nu; Anders Bernhardsson, M4Traffic; Anders Gullberg, KTH & Stockholms stad; Anna Löfdahl Stockholm Environmental Institute; Anna Nygård, Planka.nu; Bojan Boric, KTH; Eric Sjödin, artist; Factory15; Hélène Frichot, KTH; Hélène Vinberg, Prime/Trafiksatsning Stockholm; Henrik Rundquist, Rundquist Arkitekter; Jacob Granit Stockholm Environmental Institute; Jesper Nordahl, Royal Institute of Art; Katalin Vitez, Trafiksatsning Stockholm; Jesús Azpeitia Seron, KTH; Joanna Attvall, Kvinnors Byggforum; Lisa Deurell, Kvinnors Byggforum; Maria Lantz, Konstfack; Patrick Verhooven, KTH; Sara Vall, KTH; Sofia Eriksson, Kvinnors Byggforum.

Many thanks: to all of the 210 students from the KTH Master program in Architecture who attended the initial seminars and workshops; all of the people who participated and contributed with input in our initial brainstorming; Spridd Arkitekter.