Skalgubbar saves the day for Snøhetta and Vestre and the 70 years anniversary exhibition “Folk+Form” that was showing in Oslo, Norway August-September 2017. J (mirrored) and M (Skalgubbar #295) are split up and as silhouettes. Used somehow outside of the free license, this kind of use of Skalgubbar is not really recommended. But it’s one of the few examples of 1:1 scale built Skalgubbar I have come across. Read more here.
During the weekend Skalgubbar has migrated to new hosting and also a new content management system. When I recently updated the site back in June, it was clear that it was time to move out from Tumblr that hosted Skalgubbar until yesterday. Now finally the site is hosted on a server in Göteborg, Sweden where it belongs. So today I’m proud to again present a totally fresh new site for Skalgubbar that almost looks the same, with some new features:
There are more features in the making… so keep an eye out. Thank you, and enjoy!
Ever had the urge to read about Skalgubbar on fancy thick paper? Then go ahead and pick up the 57th issue of MARK Magazine at your nearest library, architecture office or magazine store! (Besides the article you will also find some ‘skalgubbarians’ on the renders in the notice board section, as usual)
Skalgubbar invades the streets of USA! If you look closely you might see a young and innocent E (Skalgubbar #21) saving the day for Shirt Corner Apartments over on Market Street in Philadelphia with his head the size of a pizza.