Mobilitetshuset Hyllieäng

Mobilitetshuset Hyllieäng

Mobilitetshuset Hyllieäng

The Hyllieäng Mobility House, with its façade of used glass panels, leftover plates from heat exchangers and skeletons from the manufacturing industry, pushes the boundaries of reuse. 

Hyllieäng is included as a pilot in the Vinnova project CC Build (Center for Circular Construction) as a reference project to demonstrate the possibilities of reusing and recycling materials.

The facade consists of panels made of recycled glass from the Orkanen building at Lärarhögskolan in Malmö and stainless steel sheets with laser-cut patterns. The plates are scrap waste from the manufacturing industry. The glass and sheets are assembled in the field according to four different compositions. Ivy climbs up the facade from ground plantings.

At street level, the building meets the neighborhood with an arcade of concrete columns. Inside the arcade, a wall curves forward to create small spaces and a more intimate street space. There is a room for businesses and space for micro-mobility solutions with rooms for workshops and bicycle rentals. The building is crowned by a photovoltaic system that generates locally produced electricity.

The undulating exterior walls at ground level are clad with corten and a scale panel of recycled sheet metal, which is waste material from the production of plate heat exchangers.

The 2,400 square meter facade is designed to be dismantled and the material used again once the mobility house has reached the end of its life. Therefore, all materials are kept as clean and raw as possible. The fastening system can also be easily dismantled.

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Facts and figures

Project name
Mobilitetshuset Hyllieäng

Client
Parkering Malmö

Location
Hyllie, Malmö

Scope
10350 sqm BTA, 336 parking spaces

Status
Completed in 2024

Contact person
Petra Jenning
petra.jenning@​fojab.se
+46 722 - 36 12 44

Project team

Commissioning architect program document, system document
Anders Eriksson Modin
Architect SAR/MSA, Sustainability Manager

Architect in charge of the construction document
Petra Jenning
Architect SAR/MSA, Development Manager

Responsible architect for landscapes
Caroline Hertzman
Landscape architect LAR/MSA, Deputy studio manager

Supervising architect
Johan Sennström
Architect SAR/MSA

Supervising landscape architect
Johanna Andersson
Landscape architect LAR/MSA

Architect
Andrea Wold Bangstad
Architect MAA

Architect
Madeleine Heckler

Accessibility specialist
Maria Listrup
Architect SAR/MSA