Swedish practice Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture has recently completed ‘Salongen 35’, a city block filled with passive housing structures in Malmo, Sweden. Salongen 35 is a stylish grouping of four passive apartments that embrace a diverse range of ecological solutions while remaining thoroughly in harmony with the local style.
The different cladding materials such as plaster, fiber cement boards and wood are used in order to give the each house its own character. Architecturally the houses are ‘linked’ by the use of similar detailing, which also help to give the buildings their human scale and unique expression. In all, Salongen 35 provides a final project for Sweden’s bo01 that many of us would certainly like to live in.