Tham & Videgård Arkitekter is a progressive and contemporary practice that focuses on architecture and design – from large scale urban planning through to buildings, interiors and objects.
The practice objective is to create distinct and relevant architecture with the starting point resting within the unique context and specific conditions of the individual project. Taking an active approach, the office is involved throughout the whole process, from developing the early sketch to the on-site supervision. Commissions include public, commercial and private clients in Sweden and abroad.
The practice approach to architecture is inclusive; with practical, theoretical, social and environmental issues analysed and integrated within the process. When required and relevant the office involves a network of multidisciplinary external consultants. This use of complementing resources ensures that all projects address the right challenges, in order to make the most of the opportunities that each represent.
Within the office architects combine straight forward solutions with extensive research. The method of work encourages innovative thinking to drive the development of the project, which in turn facilitates the subsequent realization within the logics of efficient contemporary production.
From working with and completing several public, educational, exhibition and commercial buildings, the T&V team is experienced in managing projects that comply with the highest international standards regarding climate, security and long term sustainability. As a result the practice is well prepared to meet and organize the many different demands and factors that follow with buildings of complex programme and specialized functions.
T&V are based in Stockholm, Sweden, and directed by co-founders and chief architects Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård.
The T&V practice has been awarded prizes and nominations in several open international competitions and has also attracted attention for its experimental and innovative projects.
As an integrated part of the architectural practice, Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård also teach and lecture at schools of architecture in Sweden and abroad.