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In order to turn Science Village into the city’s most innovative district, a number of projects will be implemented. The largest and most interesting of these will be presented here. Information and facts about each project will be added as they develop.
Science Village Scandinavia AB is primarily a development company that will sell construction rights to other stakeholders for leasing, construction and administration. Certain strategically important land parcels and buildings may be retained by Science Village Scandinavia AB.
The Loop is a forum through which industry and science can come together to create the future. Here, Skanska are building inside and out to provide space for innovation, creativity and culture. If you have any thoughts or ideas regarding functionality and content, and how these can be realised, please […]
Developer: Skanska Architect: White arkitekter
Low temperature district heating network
Design and construction of the world’s largest low temperature district heating system is currently underway at Brunnshög in Lund. The background to this major investment is our desire to make the most efficient use of the low temperature residual heat available in Brunnshög. The technique is well-adapted and very suitable […]
In a collaboration between Kraftringen and Science Village Scandinavia a Giraffe 2.0 from Innoventum has been installed at Möllegården to supply the farm with electricity. The Giraffe 2.0 is a hybrid plant designed to produce energy from both wind and sun. It consists of a wooden structure that holds 24 […]
Developer: Kraftringen/Science Village Scandinavia AB
In the southern section of Science Village some 30,000 plants were planted in 2014 which will grow to become Vindarnas Park. The park is a part of the Sustainable Knowledge City [Hållbar Kunskapsstad] project and has been partly financed by the Delegation for Sustainable Cities. Sustainable Knowledge City is a […]
Space is Science Village’s statement building and the first to be erected in the district. As someone so succinctly put it, it’s “as crisp as a cracker.” Space will be constructed in timber in Scandinavian style. The organisation of the building’s functions is based on the idea of communal gathering […]
Developer: Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB Architect: FOJAB Arkitekter i Malmö
The frame and the mill housing were renovated in 2016. The sails were reinstated in August 2017. For technical reasons relating to maintenance, in future the sails will be able to turn while the mill housing will remain fixed. The mill, with its location in Möllegården’s gardens, represents a historical […]
Developer: Lund Östra Odarslöv 13:4 AB/Science Village Scandinavia AB
Möllegården Visitor Centre
The newly renovated Möllegården houses a Visitor Centre for ESS and MAX IV. Here you can learn more about the research facilities, Brunnshög, Science Village and the history of the area. The Visitor Centre will primarily be available for pre-booked group visits, but will also be open to the general […]
Developer: Lund Östra Odarslöv 13:4 AB/Science Village Scandinavia AB Architect: Kamikaze Arkitekter