Skywalks Linking Stockholm Roofs Would Accommodate Newcomers

Skywalks Linking Stockholm Roofs Would Accommodate Newcomers

A proposal could be a way for this city to deal with unsustainable population growth

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 26 january 2016

As a city whose rapidly growing population numbers do not appear to be leveling off any time soon, Stockholm needs to find a way to accommodate legions of new residents without succumbing to uncontrollable sprawl. A plan commissioned by Sweden’s opposition Center Party and put together by the firm Anders Berensson Architects envisions a way to ensure the nation’s capital city retains its essence while also accommodating newcomers.

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